Get ready to have entertaining doze of Deadpool’s super duper making of movie and before after VFX breakdowns.
Deadool visual effects had raised the bar of story telling out of the way by continuously breaking the forth with his bad ass dialogues.
Tim Miller has been set outstanding on all comic lovers expectations even though it is his debut directorial movie. Deadpool is not just any other ‘hero‘ to make movie of. Miller, being a visual effects artist himself, had crafted his own style in both film making and post production to make alive this amazing character. Deadpool test footage leaked on YouTube in July 2014 got overwhelming response which led to start the movie project. Following image was just released by Ryan Reynolds as last minute campaign.
So many post production houses worked seamlessly to create the astonishing visual effects of the movie including Blur Studio (Tim Miller is co-founder), Digital Domain, Weta Digital, Rodeo FX, Image Engine, Luma Pictures and others. All the VFX studios maintain the gore and blood style which is typical to this character. Deadpool has already been up as the highest grossing R-rated movie and continuously breaking box office records. In just second week, it made whooping $55 Million.
The biggest hurdle was to make an entry shot which mimics the exact characteristics of the Deadpool which is played by Ryan Reynolds. And hence, Blur Studio came up with insane 85 seconds of opening title with complete CG. This freeway chase battle sequence was rendered by GPU renderer, V-Ray RT. It was a hell lot of CG & live actions Compositing with Matchmoving of multiple in-house green screen shooting, on locations shooting of freeway, motion capture shooting, 3D animation, fully computer generated environments, digital doubles and high octane FX simulations.
Apart from Deadpool, Colossus is one of the VFX highlights of the movie as it made of five different actors performances, mo cap shootings and special facial animation. Check out the making of Colossus :
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