Behind the scenes of the VFX studio’s work for the film.
Kristofer Hivju played the creature in practical make-up effects, and digital VFX from ILM took it further.
Opening plane scene, Budapest chase and up in the Red Room.
And how the VFX studio managed to pull off that ‘Revenant’-inspired shot.
A new video from the VFX studio has been released.
VFX supervisor Stephane Ceretti breaks down the design and visual effects behind the mysterious creatures.
The parasitic Gabriel character came to life via prosthetic and animatronic effects by Spectral Motion, and digital visual effects by Industrial Light & Magic.
They’re by Berton Pierce, who made ‘Sense of Scale’.
How ILM crafted the starring capuchin monkey in ‘Y: The Last Man’.
One of the befores & afters retro panels happening at VIEW Conference
ILM’s team again featured.
The video is narrated by VFX supervisor Richard Bluff, and showcases ILM and its partner VFX studios’ work on ‘The Mandalorian’, s2.
A new video goes behind the scenes of the making of the film.
Plus, the making of the Void and the shot ILM did that ran almost the entire length of the production.
For the upcoming virtual ABBA Voyage concert.
Not to mention…a character full of snakes, or one made of honeycomb and bees!
A new ILM StageCraft video has been released.
The de-ageing work was showcased in the latest ‘Disney Gallery: Star Wars: The Mandalorian’ ep, which also looked at the deep fake explorations done by the team.
How VFX aided in Dreykov’s map projections and more.
ILM breaks down their role in the motorcycle and heavy vehicle smash-up.
How the plane escape—and de-ageing-VFX—were carried out.
All about ILM’s adoption of several new technologies back on JP3, including ambient occlusion, virtual sets, Maya Paint Effects and dynamic flesh sims.
Plus, details of a deleted scene that would have featured VFX-altered plates from the first movie.
A game-changer in VFX in so many ways.
A chat with Craig Hayes about the stop-motion armature input device made during ‘Jurassic Park’.
Tape contains original animatics for the ‘Jedi’ Rancor sequence.
The pandemic required the show’s VFX team to quickly pivot the approach to these crazy crowd scenes.