Arthur et la vengeance de Maltazard Post-production

2022-07-13 15:19
Director Luc Besson is proud of a pioneering work known as the "vine-like technique", which combines three techniques: footage shot on location and unprocessed footage of Alfred Thomas Highmore as a backdrop. Together, simple stunts like using models to get a close-up of when the giant vines wrap around Arthur, and pure 3D techniques to make the scene look as real as possible. Directing these sequences proved to be quite difficult, especially the on-set parts, with all kinds of glitches or unfortunate weather conditions, technical director Stefani Glück proved himself technically Made a real feat.
Storyboarding in the film was done by Anthony Odazioli, who completed the storyboards for Arthur and His Mini-Kingdom 1 and 2. Specifically, he worked directly on the platform of 3D motion capture software, gradually drawing the shots that Luc Besson was going to shoot. These storyboard illustrations are then passed on to the drawing team, who use them to create new characters. 
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