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March 12, 2009 - Watchmen / deconstructing the movie's visual effects

Scooped on Friday, March 13, 2009

VFXWorld has now published a two-part examination of how the visual effects of Watchmen were created. If you want to know the who and how behind the film's striking sequences on Mars or Antarctica, or how the Owlship took to the air or Rorschach's ever-changing inkblots flowed across his mask, or the digital magic behind how a 100-foot tall Dr. Manhattan was created, these articles will satisfy your thirst for knowledge and then some. Here's an interesting trivia fact uncovered by the read: of the film's 200 different sets, 50 were needed just for the movie's opening credit sequence alone.

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