Ms. Marvel - VFX Breakdown by Digital Domain

Ms. Marvel - VFX Breakdown by Digital Domain

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Ms. Marvel - VFX Breakdown by Digital Domain

Check out this amazing & insightful VFX Breakdown "Ms. Marvel" by the talented team at Digital Domain. For more information, please see the details and links below :

Studio: Marvel Studios

Visual Effects Supervisor: Aladino Debert

Visual Effects Producer: Jenny Foster

For the Marvel Studios hit series “Ms. Marvel,” Digital Domain VFX Supervisor Aladino Debert and his talented team of artists successfully brought the comic book hero and her superpowers to life. Building on the new origins, artists at Digital Domain designed a unique look for Kamala Khan's powers featuring a blue-ish purple crystalline manifestation that radiated energy, highlighted by an internal luminescence, created in Houdini.

The team also created several environments including the crowded train station set on the eve of the infamous Partition of India, creating several digital trains, crowds in period-appropriate clothing, and smoke to bring it all to life. Additionally, Aladino and his team were responsible for the fight sequence in the final episode. For this sequence, the team developed the look for Kamran’s damaging powers, Ms. Marvel’s giant, hard-light hands, digital debris, partial digidoubles of Kamran and Ms. Marvel, and more.

The Digital Domain team was also responsible for the iconic closing scene, which appeared in the series’ poster where Ms. Marvel sits on a lamppost and looks out over the city as her hair blows in the wind.

Kamala is a superhero fan with an imagination, particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel; Kamala feels like she doesn't fit in at school and sometimes even at home, that is until she gets superpowers like the heroes she's looked up to.

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