The big, bold VFX sequences from this glorious film.
For me, watching RRR this year has been like no other movie experience for some time.
In this new VFX Notes episode, Hugo Guerra and I look into the making of the film, including aspects of its production and some of the major VFX moments. This is part 1 of 2 of our VFX Notes coverage.
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00:00 – sponsors
01:01 – intro
03:40 – review of RRR
08:13 – reminds me of Fury Road
12:27 – the production and making of the film
15:00 – the cinematography by K. K. Senthil Kumar
16:39 – the best shots of the film
22:05 – the VFX of RRR and VFX Supervisor Srinivas Mohan
23:43 – Police station fight by Makuta VFX
28:47 – One of the biggest productions using Blender
31:49 – Bridge sequence by Surpreeze VFX Studio
32:17 – miniature trains
41:15 – the bromance by Makuta VFX and Firefly Studios
43:12 – T-Junction and flogging by Makuta VFX
48:53 – RRR should be a VFX Oscar nominee
50:00 – Patreon and members credits
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