Swinging into a VFX Breakdown

All popular movies this side of L.A use CGI these days. It’s become a necessary part of the industry, but have you ever wondered how it’s done?

FilmIsNow Movie Bloopers & Extras interviewed one of the VFX artists behind Marvel and Sony’s Spider-Man Homecoming. As a writer it’s really cool to see just how devoted to character and Tom Holland’s performance the VFX artists are when designing the CGI.

Honestly there are some shots where I can’t even tell the difference. CGI has been around so long now it’s easy to forget how creative and innovative it can be; let us know if there are any scenes you can’t spot the difference.

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