which was followed by worldwide success “incarnation” In 2009, director James Cameron re-introduced us to the world of Pandora “Avatar: The Way of Water”, The sequel hit the theaters around the world after more than 10 years with epic underwater action sequences.
“Avatar: The Way of Water” (“The Way of Water” in its original language and “El Sentido del Agua” in Spain) continues the story of Jake (Sam Worthington), Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) and their new family. The film depicts the Sully family fleeing their jungle home following the return of humans to Pandora.
While most of the action on screen “Avatar: The Way of Water” A video has surfaced on the Avatar YouTube channel that shows how motion capture was used to bring the film, and specifically the underwater action sequences, to life.
How were the underwater scenes for “Avatar 2” filmed?
Following the release of “Avatar” in 2009, James Cameron significantly enhanced the visuals in “Avatar: The Way of Water” by featuring photorealistic characters and environments that were rendered with an excessive amount of detail.
The film’s visual effects are impressive and has received good reviews. And it is that Cameron put a lot of dedication to motion capture and on the YouTube channel of “Avatar” a video was shown showing how the underwater action scenes are created.
According to ScreenRant, Worthington, Saldana and the other actors from “Avatar: The Way of Water” captured most of the performance by themselves, but a video revealed that a stunt team was able to capture the most dangerous and risky scenes on tape. Was successful
The video (shared via IndieWire) also reveals that advanced tech platforms were built to serve as Pandora’s Ikran, Illusions and other wildlife.
Behind the scenes of “Avatar: The Way of Water” we can see the lead actors and stuntmen wearing motion capture suits on the sound stage, led by stunt coordinator Garrett Warren Avatar.
Although the final scenes of James Cameron’s film are computer-worked out, the performances of the actors and stuntmen are what really give emotion and humanity to each scene in “Avatar: The Way of Water.”