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#648 - Comment deleted 21 hours ago on How you kill Admin 0
#34 - you ever heard of a taxi or bus  [+] (1 new reply) 06/29/2015 on pretty much.. +1
#47 - Rascal (06/29/2015) [-]
>Commute

He probably did take the bus.
#176 - So you's turn down Leia from Star Wars then? 06/22/2015 on Sexy 2D Babes 0
#176 - If Gandalf can't be hurt by swords or arrows, what was the poi… 06/22/2015 on lotr facts 4 0
#26 - **** i miss calvin and hobbes 06/22/2015 on Chris Pratt teaches the... +2
#23 - I would hope they would plan in advance prior to having the baby 06/21/2015 on Being Parents +1
#108 - must go faster 06/17/2015 on This guy chased down... 0
#185 - That's what it boils down to. And that's all the actors look a…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/16/2015 on no more dead dinosaurs 0
User avatar #186 - codemen (06/16/2015) [-]
but there's more that goes into it then tennis balls on sticks. and the director also has to help the actors on what they need to see and react to
#140 - It's a lot easier than taking the time to design and build act…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/15/2015 on no more dead dinosaurs -12
#150 - cigma (06/15/2015) [-]
Props are easier to do today more than ever. Sadly they fall short in doing certain takes unlike CGI which gives more room for creative shots and scenes. I've been doing some 3D modeling and let me tell you that doing something that atlleast looks decent takes a shitload of time and even more to render (the part where CGI actually becomes CGI, Elsa's castle took months for computers to generate it in video).
User avatar #147 - codemen (06/15/2015) [-]
yeah just tennis balls on a stick not creating a model, then hours of animating, creating the lighting, then many other things before the render. yeah just tennis ball on a stick
User avatar #185 - rhblink (06/16/2015) [-]
That's what it boils down to. And that's all the actors look at while they "act"
User avatar #186 - codemen (06/16/2015) [-]
but there's more that goes into it then tennis balls on sticks. and the director also has to help the actors on what they need to see and react to
User avatar #151 - garymuthafuknoak (06/15/2015) [-]
well shit nigga. by your logic you are making it sound like even though all practical effects are as believable as a tennis ball on a stick. when really, using the triceratops in the pic as reference, that looks real as hell, and that was with practical effects. when if it was CGI you could tell it was fake, no matter how good the CGI is. The human eye can detect it hella easily. its like the LOTR. the orcs look like big scary things when it was guys in suits. like something you would see if it was real, but now its lame cause you can easily tell its just CGI.
#172 - toboz (06/15/2015) [-]
>no matter how good the CGI is. The human eye can detect it hella easily

You can detect "cheap" movie CGI yes.

Otherwise something like pic is presented to you as a movie and you dont know about it, you would NOT notice at all that it is CGI.

Movie CGI looks like shit - especially in transformers - because they dont match the FPS & speed of the movie.
Movie is 24fps and transformers CGI runs at ~20fps + motion blur.
Of course its gonna look like shit.


If i would show Witcher 3 A Night to Remember CGI trailer or Watch Dogs' CGI trailer to my parents or friends who know nothing about videogames, they wouldnt be able to tell its full CGI.
User avatar #152 - codemen (06/15/2015) [-]
I do agree that the triceratops above does look real, even more than cgi, but i was talking about on how cgi isn't as easy as they say. It takes hours to create a scene for a movie and hours for the render. I would like to see more practical effects in movies, but still got to acknowledge the hard work that goes into cgi
User avatar #177 - toboz (06/15/2015) [-]
because physics, lightning and other effects write themselves or just magically happen

real-life props are easier and cheaper
#174 - fuckyouto (06/15/2015) [-]
Try hundreds of hours.
#97 - That's what happens when the filmmakers aren't lazy and use co…  [+] (11 new replies) 06/15/2015 on no more dead dinosaurs +1
#137 - Rascal (06/15/2015) [-]
You're acting like CGI is easy to make.
User avatar #140 - rhblink (06/15/2015) [-]
It's a lot easier than taking the time to design and build actual movie props that make the experience much more believable and engrossing for the audience

That triceratops looks fuckin real. None of the dinos in jurassic world looked real. Just tennis balls on a stick
#150 - cigma (06/15/2015) [-]
Props are easier to do today more than ever. Sadly they fall short in doing certain takes unlike CGI which gives more room for creative shots and scenes. I've been doing some 3D modeling and let me tell you that doing something that atlleast looks decent takes a shitload of time and even more to render (the part where CGI actually becomes CGI, Elsa's castle took months for computers to generate it in video).
User avatar #147 - codemen (06/15/2015) [-]
yeah just tennis balls on a stick not creating a model, then hours of animating, creating the lighting, then many other things before the render. yeah just tennis ball on a stick
User avatar #185 - rhblink (06/16/2015) [-]
That's what it boils down to. And that's all the actors look at while they "act"
User avatar #186 - codemen (06/16/2015) [-]
but there's more that goes into it then tennis balls on sticks. and the director also has to help the actors on what they need to see and react to
User avatar #151 - garymuthafuknoak (06/15/2015) [-]
well shit nigga. by your logic you are making it sound like even though all practical effects are as believable as a tennis ball on a stick. when really, using the triceratops in the pic as reference, that looks real as hell, and that was with practical effects. when if it was CGI you could tell it was fake, no matter how good the CGI is. The human eye can detect it hella easily. its like the LOTR. the orcs look like big scary things when it was guys in suits. like something you would see if it was real, but now its lame cause you can easily tell its just CGI.
#172 - toboz (06/15/2015) [-]
>no matter how good the CGI is. The human eye can detect it hella easily

You can detect "cheap" movie CGI yes.

Otherwise something like pic is presented to you as a movie and you dont know about it, you would NOT notice at all that it is CGI.

Movie CGI looks like shit - especially in transformers - because they dont match the FPS & speed of the movie.
Movie is 24fps and transformers CGI runs at ~20fps + motion blur.
Of course its gonna look like shit.


If i would show Witcher 3 A Night to Remember CGI trailer or Watch Dogs' CGI trailer to my parents or friends who know nothing about videogames, they wouldnt be able to tell its full CGI.
User avatar #152 - codemen (06/15/2015) [-]
I do agree that the triceratops above does look real, even more than cgi, but i was talking about on how cgi isn't as easy as they say. It takes hours to create a scene for a movie and hours for the render. I would like to see more practical effects in movies, but still got to acknowledge the hard work that goes into cgi
User avatar #177 - toboz (06/15/2015) [-]
because physics, lightning and other effects write themselves or just magically happen

real-life props are easier and cheaper
#174 - fuckyouto (06/15/2015) [-]
Try hundreds of hours.

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