Are computer generated visual effects really ruining movies?
We believe that the reason we think all CG looks bad, is because we only see "bad” CG. Fantastic, beautiful, and wonderfully executed CG is everywhere - you just don't know it. Truly great visual effects serve story and character – and in doing so are, by their very definition, invisible.
Written and Narrated by Freddie Wong
Edited by Joey Scoma
Assistant Editor - Joshan Smith
Do you want more about CG and VFX? Check out:
The awards and nominations by the Visual Effects Society (http://www.visualeffectssociety.com)
Also, you can chat with Freddie and other VFX masters (Like PWNisher and PlayFightVFX) directly by commenting on the official RJFS forum:
To see the full list of VFX Breakdowns and films we featured, go here:
Special thanks to RØDE for the rad mics we record on.
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