From Paintbox to PC: How London became the home of Hollywood VFX | Ars Technica
From Paintbox to PC: How London became the home of Hollywood VFX | Ars Technica: "For 12 years, McGee worked out of this room, painting onto the screen, his eyes left bloodshot and burning from the smoke as runners dashed in and out to empty overflowing ashtrays. It was a painstaking process; the Quantel Paintbox and its pressure-sensitive stylus were groundbreaking pieces of technology when they were released in 1981, but they had their limitations. "
Kickin' it old school in London.
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