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Bumblebee VFX: Prequel of Hollywood Movie Transformers

Transformers doesn’t get tired of releasing one movie after the other. Seeing the crazy fan base it is of no wonder that why each movie subsequently does better business than the other one. The story of Transformers has gone through every possible flap and turn that there is. We have witnessed the best and worst moments in their fights and their lives. A question that has always stuck with us is about their beginning and when the origin was. In the December of 2018 the much awaited prequel named Bumblebee will release.

Take a name of any famous series; we have always cringed for the prequels. Be it Lord of the rings, Game of Thrones or Harry Potter; prequels are a must. How could we have let that go for Transformers then?

In the December of 2018 Bumblebee will release. It is about Bumblebee the Autobot who is on an escape and tends to seek refuge in a scrap yard in California. Charlie, on the brink of turning 18 years old and trying to find her place in the world, soon discovers the battle-scarred and broken Bumblebee. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns that this is no ordinary yellow Volkswagen.

Well that is all you need to know before entering the movie theatres. The rest would lay open in front of you when you start watching the film.

Visual effects of Bumblebee

The spin off with VFX for this project is quite the trail. Story of visual effects is quite the poignancy of this movie. As a number of Transformers movies have already released and the timeline for this one is 1987; there is a very big chance that CGI could go either way. But after seeing the first set of pictures which showed the behind the scenes with blue screens we know our expectations would not get crushed upon.

If you think this is just another superhero movie which has VFX for films then you are mistaken my friend. Utilizing CGI for a film based in future, space or present time is one thing. On the other hand, making a film that too with superhero and in the 80’s is no joke. A lot of elements are always kept in mind even while chroma keying the backdrops.

This was a challenge faced by Captain America too. Editing all those WWII scenes was one hell of a challenge.

The prequel film is all set to make you want to learn VFX with its classic quality of editing and post production. In addition to that, if you are a student then there is lot to learn as well. You can learn the techniques that incorporated in the film. It is a great thing to observe and learn. That gives you the girth to experiment new things.

This film has been one of the most demanded by the audience. Therefore, the stakes are also very high. People would be keen to see how the visual effects turned out in conclusion.

If this article made you interested in the art of CGI and VFX then go ahead and enquire about the course.

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