Started by frasermaxx, Oct 28, 2022, 08:58:07 AM
Quote from: frasermaxx on Oct 28, 2022, 08:58:07 AMPredator 1987 had a close up of the predator tending to his wounds on the tree and it looked bloody good even to this day, no CGI whatsoever. Don't understand why the creative team sculpted thick stubby fingers only to be CGI enhanced later on.
QuoteAlthough the majority of shots of the Feral Predator in Prey were achieved via practical effects, the VFX team, led by Ryan Cook, did provide some digital augmentation. "There was a plan that was set in pre-production and it was executed pretty much exactly," said Gillis. "We do see touches on the face at times, like on a big roar, there's a little shake inside the mouth. That is something that we just can't do. There's also some hand replacement when there's an extreme closeup [of the Feral Predator] feeling the ash in his hand and it's kinda turning to dust. There's a lot of digital work in that. One of the tells is that all the points of movement of the finger are moving. When we do a finger cup with an extension, we lose the last joint. People notice that. So that was always a plan, we're gonna do a digital hand."
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