Monday, January 30, 2023

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’: The villain’s hair, a reminder of why the movies are so expensive

Thus was achieved the effect that Salazar’s men, who appear underwater, are in the latest film of the beloved franchise.

At this point and in the present it has been clarified once again with undeniable glory Avatar: Spirit of WaterGrass Some things the magic of cinema cannot achieve. However, the history of cinema has left us with great fancies and anecdotes about certain effects that make us realize that post-production and editing can achieve truly amazing things, yes, but also An inexhaustible and always lubricated machinery that allows us to find solutions to impossible problems Through the work of professionals and it never stops moving forward.

One of these examples is found in Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s RevengeWhich is aired today on Telecinco’s ‘prime time’ and which released in 2017, becoming the last installment of the famous franchise starring Johnny Depp, at least for now.

It’s hard not to feel that the film is a spectacle of special effects, although one of the most commented on in its day was the hair of the villain in the film, played by Javier Bardem. It is as if he and his men are permanently submerged in water, a strange effect that is not easy to achieve.

as i gathered then cinema bland, Visual effects company turns to software called Fertility, Millions of hairs are used to create and give a natural effect to the characters’ mane. After obtaining Salazar’s hair, the team spent a great deal of time making sure the mane carried with that ‘immersed’ effect. and so he told indiewire Animator Patrick Ledda of MPC Company:

The hair simulator, usually used on a shot-to-shot basis, had to be built for entire scenes and was complicated by the need to be constantly in motion. so the animation effects were built bit by bit as a character’s performance

However, not everything was created by the computer. For example, for the awkward guillotine sequence, he created an actual scene: “There’s a scene where Jack Sparrow is trapped in the guillotine. It’s one of the luxuries of making a film at this scale, that you have to have the resources to develop something.” Might be needed. Solid, and months later, they spend millions of dollars and build the thing! Then you can grab Johnny Depp and spin it!”

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