VFX Workshops


VFX Workshops was founded in 2012 by the award-winning veteran, Visual FX artist and entrepreneur Alp Allen Altiner. With over 13 years of experience in feature films, video games, advertising and comic books, Alp has taught Entertainment Design and Matte Paintings both at Art Center College and Design in Pasadena and Gnomon School of Visual FX -Hollywood, as well as numerous workshops around the world. Today, VFX Workshops specializes in 2D and 3D Matte Paintings, Concept Art and Speed Painting related online video tutorials for film, games and advertising, providing in depth production techniques that focus on both the artistic and technical approach in creating professional artwork to help artists create strong portfolios.

VFX Workshops instructors share the latest techniques in the creation of visual development, using both 2D and 3D techniques to get photo-realistic and powerful results, showcasing step-by-step easy to follow tutorials, that have helped many of their students and artists obtain employment opportunities with companies such as Dreamworks, FrameStore, Warner Brothers, Sony, Digital Domain and many other film and production studios worldwide.

With excellent customer service and technical support, VFX Workshops is able to provide students with video tutorials that include a great set of project files and other useful content that help students create their own samples which lead to the creation of a very strong portfolio in a very short amount of time. VFX Workshops also offers a stock photography website which contains thousands of images to choose from at an affordable price, all provided by professional artists currently working in the field of film, game and advertising. In addition, VFX Workshops offers a variety of Photoshop related tools and brush packs available as instant digital downloads.

Links: Official Website | Stock Site | Store

Donglu Yu – Speed Painting






Anthony Eftekhari – Matte Paintings for Video Games






Neil Maccormack – 2D to 3D Concepts






Sameer Shah – 2D / 3D Matte Painting

All images used with permission. © their respective copyright holder.

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  1. AMP Storm 4 years ago

    wow thats incredible! #2 viking face is SO badass!

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  2. thomas 4 years ago

    amazing work.. that track crawler.. is very inventive.. first i’ve seen anything like it.. damn good idea dude!

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  3. stroggy 4 years ago

    На последнем изображении – на зданиях источник света справа, а внизу, от камней тени падают слева-направо… красиво конечно, но такая банальная ошибка o~0

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  4. Cartsquid 4 years ago

    Cool,from medieval to future,these artworks looks awesome

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