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MPC Completes Gruesome Transformation and London Scapes for The Wolfman

The film went on general release on 12th February 2010
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Concepts had to be animated to be fully developed, and then worked by hand through modelling, texturing and fur-groom stages, so that practically each transformation shot became a custom job. The transitions broke down to six painful stages, including expanding veins and skin bruising, hair growth and the visible change of muscle and bone. Cyber scans of Benicio del Toro were used as the basis for a fully articulated head rig, capable of going from the actor to a fully transformed Wolfman. Custom animation setups were built for hands and feet as well, then groomed with MPC’s proprietary ’Furtility’ software, offering the ability for custom hair work on a per shot basis, in order to bridge live action shots and obtain a perfect match to shots of makeup and mask enhancement. Many of these shots were extreme close-ups, requiring detail down to every pore of skin. Skin lighting and shading were pushed to the next level for this project, including new efficient methods for sub-surface scattering and fine specular modelling.

Full London rooftop environments were created, using a combination of 3D architecture and 2D matte-painting. Several different environments were entirely designed at MPC during post production, in addition to the master shots looking over the Thames River, and a time-lapse shot located under London’s iconic Tower Bridge. MPC’s location in central London has proved invaluable for creating such environments via photogrammetric modelling from location shoots.

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