Maya Ex­ten­sion pack

Animation Magazine - - Vfx -

Ear­lier this year, Au­todesk re­leased its lat­est suite of me­dia and en­ter­tain­ment prod­ucts. I re­cently looked into the ex­ten­sion re­lease of 3ds Max, and I was hold­ing off on Maya un­til its ex­ten­sion re­lease be­cause, quite hon­estly, I was try­ing to avoid

It’s a great month for DVDs that fuel your in­ner avi­a­tor, for sure. Dis­ney’s sec­ond aero­nau­tic of­fer­ing this go-round con­tin­ues the ad­ven­tures of Dusty Crophop­per as he aban­dons his dreams of aerial rac­ing and turns to the ac­tion­packed world of fire fight­ing from the skies. Un­der the men­tor­ship of he­li­copter Blade Ranger and Cor­sair Skip­per Ri­ley and with the help of his daring new co­horts, Dusty fights to save the forests of Pis­ton Peak and win the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion he needs to re-open Prop­wash Junc­tion’s air­port.

The se­quel is di­rected by Bobs Gan­n­away and fea­tures the voices of Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Ed Harris, Brad Gar­rett, Danny Mann, Teri Hatcher, Julie Bowen, Wes Studi and Dale Dye. The DVD re­lease in­cludes ex­clu­sive short dark fairy, the film fol­lows the wronged and venge­ful Malef­i­cent as she takes out her anger on the king’s new­born daugh­ter Aurora, and then re­al­izes that the girl may be the key to restor­ing peace to their trou­bled, en­chanted land.

Di­rected by spe­cial ef­fects vet­eran Robert Stromberg, the story’s sin­is­ter magic is the real star of the film. But tal­ented per­form­ers Elle

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