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>>660615
What dat
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>>660618
Captain Marvel VFX
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shRKB9QiTus
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>>660615
Indian offshore Power
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here's a faithful representation of what /3/ is as a person,
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>>660615
Thats a blurry as fuck displacement map, they really should have had a intermediary detailed blend one
Completely dosnt fit the detailed procedural texture lead by nice looking high frequency noise

>152 million USD
But dunno what your point is, this scene was probably done by some Indians for 10k$ over a week with 5 revisions. All big movie cgi is split between main studios and supporting ones, usually outsourced to some cheap shithole.
Meanwhile ILM, Digital Domain, Weta and others work on important stuff.

Rule of thumb is, if it looks shit they just cheaped out on that scene
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>>660650
I don't think it helps that it's a trailer on YouTube, where videos are usually compressed as get out.

Also, it's not like the big companies are prone to being cheap either- Much of WETA's stuff for superhero movies can look mighty out of place.
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>>660615
this is amazing.

0 USD budget
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>>664044
>just becouse nobody was paid means it worthless
Fuck off, what about the time spent on it?
Count 20$/h at lest and its not 0$ budget made image anymore.
Time is money



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