Take Your Dose Of CGI With These Behind-The-Scenes Shots (15 pics + 10 gifs)

Posted in Pictures       9 Jan 2020       1818      

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

The film’s budge was $197 million, with the biggest portion of the budget spent on CGI.

The Avengers & Guardians of the Galaxy

A doll was used to depict Rocket Raccoon in certain scenes on set.

The Avengers

Mark Ruffalo’s character, The Hulk, was completely computer generated which meant the actor never had to sit through hair and makeup before going on set.

The Avengers

Only a couple of dots were placed on Mark Ruffalo’s face in order to capture his expressions.

Captain America

The role of Steve Rodgers before his transformation was actually played by two actors. Chris Evans made up the character’s head, while Leander Deeny was responsible for his body. Each shot was filmed with Evans, Deeny, and without the actors.

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Avengers: Endgame

Since Thanos was a giant, Josh Brolin had to wear a stick with a cartoon bust of his character fixed to it.

Avengers: Infinity War

The heartbreaking scene in which Scarlet Witch watches Thanos kill Vision is a lot less threatening behind the scenes.

Avengers: Endgame

By the time the latest film in the Avengers franchise was shot, even the ‘regular’ character costumes were created virtually. This made things a lot easier on the costume department, especially for the scenes with the special spacesuits used for time travel.

Avengers: Infinity War

Tom Holland needed the assistance of onset crew members in order to make it look like he was sticking to vertical surfaces.

Avengers: Endgame

Chris Evans went through makeup and then had special marks put on his face in order for an aged Captain America to be created via computer processing.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

The use of these special effects also helped to make Kurt Russel 30 years younger in Guardians Vol 2.

Ghost Rider

A look at Nicholas Cage’s character before visual effects.

Alita: Battle Angel

Here’s a look at what it took to get those huge manga-inspired eyes.

Ghost in the Shell

Scarlett Johansson wore a tight beige costume for most of the filming process, which made it easy on the filmmakers to add visual effects.

Ghost in the Shell

Johansson was painted green in the spots where her character was damaged in certain scenes.

Avengers: Infinity War

A large green screen area was made in order to fit all of the actors in this scene.

Avengers: Infinity War

Another shot from the battle.

Avengers: Infinity War

Sometimes even large studio sets aren’t enough, so the producers of the film brought in treadmills and green screens for the big running scenes.

Aquaman

Here’s a look at the underwater set for the film.

A little bonus CGI fact: Most car commercials are shot with a ‘blackbird’ and then special effects are added.

The last few GIFs are before and special effects shots from different films.

Maleficent

Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider

The Rookies

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes



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