VFX Case Study: Avengers Infinity War
Recently I created episode 1 of the VFX Breakdown - which was about Sony's new movie VENOM. This was a lot of fun and got a lot of great reception, both from industry VFX Supervisors, as well as fans of the film.
I also created a follow up (trailer) of Spiderman Far From Home. Which was fun to cover and interesting covering a trailer over a film.
Now I wanted to cover the official VFX Case Study Episode 2 - Avengers Infinity War!
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This is actually the movie voted the most from a lot of you when I put out the call on Instagram recently (Follow My Instagram Here)
I'm still replying to all the emails I received about Spiderman Far From Home VFX Breakdown I did. Thank you if you were one of the ones to take time to reach out. I've read them all, and I'm trying to carve out time to respond to each of them.
Recently you guys voted on a few different films that I should do the second 'official' VFX breakdown of. The winner (by far) was Avengers Infinity War. Which scared me, since I'm not sure if everyone's aware how much of this movie is CG. I'd probably have an easier time pointing out which shots are live action. Sigh.
BUT this movie is one that was a lot of fun to do and I have some really cool 'Avengers' news I can't wait to share with you guys closer to April - so it ties in well with this.
I spent far too long putting this together, but it was a lot of fun.
The one.. Ok two things I ask is
- If you like this video, can you please share this with your friends, co-workers, pets and plants
- Please leave a comment in the video and LET ME KNOW what movie you want to see covered next? (Click here)
Finally - check out previous (and related) VFX Case Study's of VENOM and Spiderman Far From Home visual effects below.
WATCH THESE OTHER VFX CASE STUDIES BELOW
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