Weta Workshop - Blade Runner 2049 Miniatures

Started by René, November 10, 2017, 05:19:53 am

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pokoy

Watched the film 2 days ago was 100% sure they all were CG - great to see a lot of the effects in the film were done the old school way.

cyphyr

Good to see the old skills still relevant, and seamlessly combined with modern CGI.
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KyL

Quote from: pokoy on November 10, 2017, 05:37:05 am
Watched the film 2 days ago was 100% sure they all were CG - great to see a lot of the effects in the film were done the old school way.


Actually, they are. Almost none of the miniature were used in the actual shots, mostly as references or photoscanned assets...

pokoy

Quote from: KyL on November 10, 2017, 10:14:01 am
Quote from: pokoy on November 10, 2017, 05:37:05 am
Watched the film 2 days ago was 100% sure they all were CG - great to see a lot of the effects in the film were done the old school way.


Actually, they are. Almost none of the miniature were used in the actual shots, mostly as references or photoscanned assets...

What?! Ok, it would've been too easy, I guess. Must have missed that info in the video.