Visual effects make a lot of MCU movies, but Spider-Man: No Way Home His work was cut for this. To bring back Five villains From the previous movie, plus two Former Spider-Man There were quite a few initiatives, and VFX Supervisor Kelly Port recently talked about the process of bringing these characters back to MCU.
He used to work in the port Avengers: Infinity War,. And original Thor, And his team knew they had to judge all these villains. According to the creation, “being true to the subtlety of each character” was important and previous films were seen for reference. From Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus Spider-Man 2, For example, there were plenty of reference photos to pull from the team. Looking at the doll’s photos, Port’s team was able to fully cG the tents and believe they were “quite compatible” with the archive’s photos. As proud as he is, he also admits that this may not be the case for every character, since many reference elements no longer exist.
The villain wise, appeared to be the biggest obstacle Spider-Man 3 Buddy Sandman, again played by Thomas Hayden Church. For No way home The villain is in the sand for most of the movie, and Port admits that the interviewing agencies (several of which have worked before Spiders are human Movies) Working on the film was a litmus test. The character was difficult to create in 2007 because the technology to create him did not yet exist. EWith the advancement of technology, The port acknowledged that was “A Joint post-traumatic stress disorder for Flint Marco’s second outing. “ Church captures some performance, with a Take simulations for millions of grains of sand. In the scene where you church, the team has been used Takes from options Spider-Man 3 And Re-project them Totally on them CG version.
No Way Home’s The descriptive arrogance that the villains have pulled from their climatic battle with their respective Spider-Man means they have to be younger. (Unless it’s the time of some action sequence where the villains made a full CG double.) A facial tracking system was needed to remove the molten wrinkles and tighten the skin, which was “time dependent”, but it seems to be the most sensitive. Was done. Willem Daffo’s Green Goblin was also older, but apparently “very minimal” because the team did not want to use any facial expressions. “We kept all the details in the original photography,” Port noted.
All in all, No way home There are 2,500 VFX shots, and most of them come from action sequences. The three Spider-Man against the fierce five villains on Liberty Island were to be kept “all digital”, even up to Tom Holland’s costume. The Spider-Man costume took a while to replace with his digital Iron Spider suit in that sequence, Port described it as “a little nail-biter.” Good thing, then, it would appear to have the Iron Spider Suite Apparently Done by the end of the film.
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