Professional 3D Animation Studio

Turn to a professional 3D animation studio to handle your project! At FUSE, we are an award-winning studio equipped with an expert team of 3D animators.
We focus on bringing your vision for your products and services to life! From texture, to lighting, we utilize professional animation software to provide custom 3D animation services.


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3D VFX Services

Our VFX expertise transforms visions into awe-inspiring visual spectacles, pushing boundaries and delivering cinematic enchantment.

Visual Effects Studio

Step into a world of visual marvels with our Visual Effects Studio. We bring imagination to life, creating awe-inspiring visuals that transcend reality.  

CGI (Computer Generated Imagery)

Journey into the realm of CGI excellence. Our artists transform ideas into captivating imagery, pushing the boundaries of digital creativity.

Special Effects

Experience the magic of special effects. Our team crafts cinematic spectacles that captivate audiences, making your visuals extraordinary.

VFX Animation Services

Dive into the art of VFX animation. We breathe life into your visions, creating dynamic animations that tell compelling visual stories.

VFX for Films/Games

Elevate your cinematic experience. Our VFX for Films/Games transforms narratives, adding a visual richness that immerses audiences in every frame.

Digital Compositing:

VFX artists use digital compositing techniques to combine multiple visual elements into a seamless and cohesive final image.

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Benefits of working with Movingstone Digital

Innovative VFX Expertise , Tailored Solutions for Films and Games , Realistic CGI Animations ,

Adaptability to Project Scale , Quality Assurance in Visuals

Our Technology Expertise in 3D Animation

Product Visualization

Movingstone Digital is a well-known 3D animation studio that offers exceptional product visualization services that bring your products to life through stunning 3D imagery. 

2D/3D Motion Graphics

Immerse your audience in captivating storytelling with our animated short films. At Movingstone Digital, we have a passion for weaving narratives that resonate  

3D Tracking & Compositing

Achieve seamless integration between the real world and digital realm with our advanced 3D tracking and compositing services at Movingstone

About Movingstone Digital

Movingstone Digital is a cutting-edge 3D animation studio that specializes in delivering top-tier visual experiences across various industries. As a powerhouse of innovation, we offer a comprehensive range of services to bring your vision to life.

Our talented team of experts excels in VFX/CGI, 2D/3D motion graphics, and live-action production, creating captivating visual stories that leave a lasting impact. From TVCs, DVCs, and documentaries to mesmerizing post-production work, our dedication to excellence ensures a seamless and engaging final product.

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What is full of VFX?

A project full of VFX refers to a production heavily reliant on visual effects to create or enhance elements within a film, video, or digital content. To create inventive, lifelike, or hard-to-capture realistic pictures for the screen, a lot of computer-generated imagery (CGI), digital modification, and specialized techniques are usually used.


Scenes with a lot of visual effects may feature futuristic technology, large-scale settings, dynamic explosions, mythical animals, or any other visual aspect that pushes the boundaries of realistic filming. These effects can be smoothly incorporated into the live-action video, improving the narrative and making for a more engaging viewing experience for viewers.


To create visually appealing and engaging worlds that go beyond reality, such projects require a significant integration of digital artistry, technological expertise, and teamwork between VFX artists, directors, and production teams.

What does VFX mean vs CGI?

VFX (Visual Effects) and CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery) are related but distinct terms in the realm of digital content creation. 


Visual effects (VFX) refers to the wider field of applying different visual effects techniques to manipulate or enhance live-action footage. For the purpose of creating illusions or enhancing the realism of sequences that would be challenging, risky, or impossible to record during filming, this involves merging CGI, compositing, motion graphics, and practical effects.


However, CGI particularly refers to the production of graphics using only computer-generated techniques. It entails using software to create, model, and animate digital objects or whole scenes from scratch. Characters, settings, objects, and effects created with computer-generated imagery (CGI) can be included in live-action videos or utilized exclusively in entirely animated projects.


Although computer-generated imagery (CGI) is frequently used in visual effects (VFX), the phrase refers to a wider range of visual effects approaches.

What is FX vs VFX?

Special Effects (FX) and Visual Effects (VFX) are both integral parts of filmmaking but differ in their execution and application. 


FX is a term used to describe realistic effects produced on location that include props, makeup, pyrotechnics, mechanical effects, and real-world elements. Without the use of computers, these real-world phenomena are recorded in-camera and physically altered to produce desired effects or illusions.


On the other hand, visual effects (VFX) mainly entail the use of computer-generated imagery (CGI), compositing, and animation techniques to digitally alter or augment video during post-production. VFX can add, modify, or improve elements in a scene, including creatures, environments, or intricate visual sequences, that may be unsafe, impractical, or impossible to accomplish in real life.


Although visual effects (VFX) concentrate on digital creations or upgrades applied during post-production to enhance or change shot video, visual effects (FX) concentrate on physical effects created during filming. Cinematic experiences that are both visually appealing and engrossing are greatly enhanced by the combined efforts of FX and VFX.

What is CGI vs SFX vs VFX?

The three main elements of filmmaking are CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery), SFX (Special Effects), and VFX (Visual Effects). 


CGI especially refers to the process of creating environments, images, or other aspects wholly using computer-generated imagery. It entails creating digital content through modeling, animation, and design that can be utilized in entirely animated productions or incorporated into live-action video.


Conversely, special effects (SFX) comprise real-world effects produced on location while filming. In order to generate desired illusions without the use of computers, these effects entail the manipulation of mechanical effects, makeup, pyrotechnics, props, and physical elements either in real time or throughout production.


VFX, the broader term, includes both CGI and SFX, focusing on manipulating or enhancing live-action footage in post-production. In order to enhance, add, or change aspects within a scene and complement the real-world effects accomplished during filming, digital techniques including computer-generated imagery (CGI), compositing, motion graphics, and other visual effects are used.

Which VFX software is best?

The “best” VFX software is frequently determined by the user’s skill set, workflow preferences, and particular project requirements. Numerous VFX software choices are excellent in different facets of producing visual effects.


Proven software for 3D modeling, animation, and rendering, such as Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max, is adaptable and provides strong tools. Houdini’s SideFX is well known for its procedural approach, which makes it perfect for intricate effects and simulations.


Because of their varied toolkits and intuitive user interfaces, Adobe After Effects and Blackmagic Fusion are widely used for compositing and post-production. Because of its node-based compositing capabilities, Foundry’s Nuke is widely recognized in the industry and ideal for high-end visual effects work.


Software for motion graphics, sculpting, and character animation is also catered to by programs like Cinema 4D, Blender, and ZBrush. The “best” VFX software frequently depends on the particular requirements of the project and the user’s ability to use the program’s capabilities efficiently.

How costly is VFX?

The cost of VFX varies significantly based on several factors including the complexity of the project, the scope of visual effects required, the quality level desired, and the expertise of the VFX artists involved. Minimal effects-driven small-scale projects might be less expensive than large-scale productions requiring complex computer graphics, considerable modeling, or the construction of lifelike creatures.


VFX costs include labor costs, technology needs, software licenses, and frequently extra fees for rendering and specialist equipment. Costs may increase if seasoned VFX artists or studios with a solid track record are hired. Furthermore, due to the increased workload or resources required to achieve the criteria, tight deadlines or last-minute modifications may result in higher expenses.


In general, visual effects expenses are highly variable and usually customized to the unique requirements and intricacies of any project while staying within the budgetary limits.

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