The main actors, Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds, were shot separately from the background party guests, then combined together by an in-house compositing team.
A first-look at the mocap-related guests.
‘No Way Home’s’ VFX supervisor on crafting the Mirrorverse, orchestrating 3 different Spideys, and whether they could access any old 3D models from the past films (hint: no).
Framestore goes behind the scenes of their cake city work in ‘A Boy Called Christmas’.
Animation supervisor Sidney Kombo-Kintombo reveals the process of finding the right story beats for that final show-down.
And how the VFX studio managed to pull off that ‘Revenant’-inspired shot.
Which do you think will make the final five?
Outpost VFX breaks it down.
Watch the making of video.
Well, that’s basically just one thing Weta Digital had to do for ‘The Suicide Squad’.
The director’s follow-up to ‘The Witness’.
MPC breaks down its mischievous Mini-Puft shots in ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’.
The experience has pre-rendered cinematics, real-time rendered scenes, and a car shoot-em-up you can PLAY.
EXCLUSIVE: Here’s what ActionVFX and Undertone FX are about to release.
Pixar, DNEG, Weta Digital, Digital Domain and more.