The best special effects and visuals should not be noticed, that something very difficult in a science fiction film where whole planets and personages are recreated infographically. Rogue One is an excellent example of how far the digital artists of Industrial Light and Magic have come, and there is always time to see how things are done.
More than a 'how it was made', ILM has put into circulation a video - quite direct, fast - in which we are taught different layers of work at key moments of the film . For this, you are warned, if you do not like to know more about the account of a movie that you have not seen, until here you can arrive.
While in the main line of the saga is trying not to abuse the digital content, or at least little notice, in' Rogue One: A Star Wars story ' the guys from Industrial Light and Magic have been exposed with scenes Such as the destruction of Jedha, or the battle over the beaches of Scarif. Let's go with the video:
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These types of videos usually show the work techniques used in the form of layers, first they teach us a basic CGI scene, then incorporate structures, textures, and finish with effects that give life to the digital socket.
The reason for this video is none other than to remind us that 'Rogue One' is nominated in the Oscars in the section of visual effects. The last ones have to be given before February 21, so it's worth remembering how well things have been done.
On the 26th of this month they will be seen with films such as Black Tide, Doctor Strange, The Book of the Jungle, and Kubo and the two magic strings.