ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Before And After VFX Shots Showcase The Movie's Mind-Blowing Visuals

ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Before And After VFX Shots Showcase The Movie's Mind-Blowing Visuals

ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Before And After VFX Shots Showcase The Movie's Mind-Blowing Visuals

A major highlight of Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron's adaptation of celebrated anime Alita: Battle Angel was the incredible VFX, which are highlighted in this series of before and after images...

Alita: Battle Angel hasn't made much of an impact at the North American box office, and while it could recoup those losses internationally, the chances of a sequel seem unlikely. 

Even so, no matter what other faults the James Cameron produced release may have had, there's no denying that the visuals were incredible.

The film's FX are highlighted in these awesome before and after images, and it's amazing to see the sheer amount of work that must have gone into bringing the titular character (played by Rosa Salazar) to life on the big screen.

Asked about the creation of Alita's trademark eyes, VFX supervisor Eric Saindon said, "Alita’s eyes were built using a simulation of fibres to represent the dilator muscle responsible for the dilation of the pupil. By simulating the action of this, we were able to get very high-resolution geometry for the iris. The end result was 8.5 million polygons per eye compared to Gollum who had 50,000 polygons total for his entire character."

Those are some incredible numbers, and an indication of just how much time and effort was spent on a movie that's failed to find much of an audience.

To check out these new images from the movie, simply click on the "View List" button below.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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