Wednesday, September 27, 2017

ILM Releases New 'Rogue One' VFX "Behind the Magic" Reel

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By: Dominic Jones

As announced on this week's episode of "The Star Wars Show", Industrial Light and Magic released a new behind the scenes reel showing how some of the 1750 visual effects shots for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story were created.  The reel shows how locations such as Scarif and Jedha were created, as well as what went into creating Tarkin for the film.  The reel was first created for SIGGRAPH 2017's Computer Animation Festival.  Check it out for yourself below,




Source: ILMVisualFX (YouTube)

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