A body double, CGI skull, and secret filming sessions all helped ‘Blade Runner 2049’ earn a VFX Oscar nomination
|01/24/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- John Nelson, the Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor on “Blade Runner 2049,” walks through how he made a CGI version of the franchise’s memorable Rachael character for the movie.
- The process took a year of trial and error, which was all done under secret shooting sessions and a code name.
- Sean Young, who played the character in the original movie, was also brought on to supervise.
With a total of 1,200 visual effects shots in “Blade Runner 2049” — that comes out to 1:45 of the movie’s total running time of 2:43 — Oscar-winning VFX supervisor John Nelson and his team logged in major read more >>>