Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi VFX

Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi VFX done by Hybride Technologies, Important Looking Pirates (ILPvfx), Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Jellyfish Pictures, One Of Us (visual effects), Rodeo FX.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi and the VFX behind the film – BBC Click

There were total more than 2,000 VFX shots includes the villainous Supreme Leader Snoke, a performance-capture-based CG character portrayed by actor Andy Serkis.

VFX supervisor Ben Morris of Industrial Light & Magic says that while Snoke was more of a ghostly figure in The Force Awakens, for The Last Jedi he’s a physical character and got a full rebuild. “Andy Serkis gave an incredibly resonant performance while we were on set,” he says

The VFX in The Last Jedi were created through the efforts of all four ILM locations (San Francisco, London, Singapore and Vancouver) as well as six additional vendors.

Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi VFX Breakdown

 

Star Wars The Last Jedi Concept Art by James Carson

 

 

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