My favorite Criterion video came from this article in 2014.https://nofilmschool.com/2014/02/go-behind-the-scenes-at-criterion-as-th...
I honestly feel like this was a step backwards from what Benjamin Button did 8+ years ago. Is that how far ILM is behind DD in organic animation? Why didn't they sub all that out to people who've done this before and are much smarter now?
Tarkin is by far the worst part of this movie. Leia's scene is at least (spoiler alert) short.
I would think it would be better to do a huge search for an english actor with the same eyes/eyelids as Peter Cushing and then animate the rest of the face or some combination like that.
As a VFX artist you have to be brutally critical with your work and I find it really hard to believe that everyone who worked on this was excited with the outcome.
Gareth Edwards is a stud but it kind of sucks to see the studio influence.
300+ of the tele glass cost more than $10k a piece. My hats in the ring at $15 million.
At least 4 people get to go all the way to Rio for the olympics only to find themselves charging buckets of LP-E6 batts.
Without a camera, this is a pretty sweet solar powered flashlight.
If only they could make an external recorder fit inside a VHS tape housing, and then slide it into the side. If you want to know what people really think, stop patrolling the comment page on your own product.
I would rent that camera in a second for shooting environmental maps for accurate 3d composites. I've been waiting for something like this for a long time. Huge time saver for post. Pretty soon you will see behind the scene footage of some guy walking this through a Michael Bay set on a 6 foot pole. Tennis balls.... your days are numbered.