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Posts Tagged ‘Guyett’

Saldana: Why Guardians Of The Galaxy

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

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Actress Zoë Saldana explained why she opted to take on the role of Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy.

In Guardians of the Galaxy, Gamora, a green-skinned humanoid assassin, is the last member of a species wiped out by the Badoon race.

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Guyett – Ramping It Up For Darkness

Monday, May 20th, 2013

ILM Visual Effects Supervisor Roger Guyett explained how ILM wanted to improve the special effects for Star Trek into Darkness.

“We wanted to find that number eleven on the dial,” he said. “It gave us a great opportunity to revisit these pieces—keeping them very familiar but to reinvent them every so slightly and give them a new level of energy.”

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ILM: Blending The Real And The Virtual

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Making a movie like Star Trek XI believable meant overcoming different challenges and being creative.

Visual Effects Supervisors Roger Guyett and Russell Earl explained some of what had to be done to create the magic for Star Trek XI.

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Guyett’s Color-coded Star Trek

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Star Trek XI vfx supervisor Roger Guyett found that a technique borrowed from animation helped the movie audience to stay oriented.

When a movie includes jumps between planets, time periods and parallel universes, it can be tricky for the viewer to figure out where the action and characters are at a given time.

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Designing The Star Trek XI Enterprise

Saturday, April 18th, 2009

When it came to making a new design for the USS Enterprise for Star Trek XI, Star Trek XI‘s J.J. Abrams kept it simple with a short directive to artists at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM.)

As reported by Sci Fi Wire, “He wanted a hot-rod type of vehicle, but they also wanted to preserve the Enterprise kind of look,” explained model-maker John Goodson.

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