Rotoscopy is a technique where the artist traces over a footage, frame by frame, to replicate realistic movements. This technique is helpful in many ways, but it is of utmost importance when creating a film VFX. What does a rotoscopy animation artist do exactly? He very literally traces over a live action video. In this process, the artist creates traces from the video that keeps its consistency and volume, allowing the artist to present a more realistic final output. This technique since it has been adapted to the visual industry using software, has made it possible to create these intricate traces in a shorter frame of time than before. These frames can then be composited over any background.


At Toolbox studios, we utilize every single available global digital technology in an effort to make our rotoscopy services cost effective while focusing and delivering the highest possible creative and effective approach to producing media rich film VFX. But it still doesn’t simplify the task completely. The intricacies involved in creating these mattes requires the attention of a highly trained and skilled artist. And, you get exactly that at Toolbox Studios. This team works together like a well-oiled machine to not just meet deadlines, but do so with the highest quality of output even for the toughest of shots.

Matte Painting
Toolbox Studio