Game of Thrones takes home 3 Visual Effects Awards

VESThe ceremony for the 13th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards was held last night, and Game of Thrones added to their collection of awards for the second time this week!

Patton Oswalt hosted the VFX-celebrating affair at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Big Hero 6 led the night in VES wins with 5, but Game of Thrones won the most for any television program, bringing home three awards.

Game of Thrones won in the categories of:


Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal/Live Action Broadcast Program, for “The Watchers on the Wall”

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Photoreal/Live Action Broadcast Program, for “The Children”

Outstanding Created Environment in a Commercial, Broadcast Program, or Video Game
Game of Thrones, for the Braavos Establisher

Congratulations to the show’s outstanding VFX team!

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    1. Morgoth:
      Well deserved awards. The VFX keep getting better and better with every season.

      True. I watched the video where the dragons were beeing put in the dungeon, the dragons are fine but they didnt have to go to the trouble of adding water on the floor.

      When i saw the scene i didnt even notice the water or why does it matter is the floor wet or dry. Rather then adding water they could use the extra time for more dragons …

      #moredragonslesswater

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    2. Ser Dosser: True. I watched the video where the dragons were beeing put in the dungeon, the dragons are fine but they didnt have to go to the trouble of adding water on the floor.

      When i saw the scene i didnt even notice the water or why does it matter is the floor wet or dry. Rather then adding water they could use the extra time for more dragons …

      #moredragonslesswater

      I was surprised by that as well, but because I had thought that the water was on the floor for real and that they had just added the dragon and his shadow–the effects are THAT good.
      Congratulations for some well-deserved recognition!

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    3. Ser Dosser,

      Drogon does, though it has only been uttered once.

      They should’ve bothered naming them at the beginning of Season 2. There were a couple of scenes in which it would have been pretty organic.

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