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Artificial visual or mechanical effects introduced into a movie or television show.

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The idea behind theatrical blood is that it's supposed to have a nearly identical look, color and density of real blood. It's engineered that way, if "engineered" is the correct term. So, in effect, …
answered May 16 '17 by Johnny Bones
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It was part really bad claymation, part a really bad CGI.
answered Jun 7 '18 by Johnny Bones
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Yes All the later movies used a combination of standard cost-effective gags (fake blood, prosthetics, makeup, etc...) as well as CGI for the more involved shots. You can usually find reference to th …
answered May 14 by Johnny Bones
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mountains) Avid(video editing) Adobe After Effects (compositing, real-ime visualizations) PF Track (motion tracking, background replacement) Adobe Illustrator (HUD and screens layout) Adobe Photoshop …
answered Mar 19 '14 by Johnny Bones
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It's usually a combination of liquid latex, fake blood and some other materials. Special Effects guru Tom Savini once used real pig intestines, but apparently the stench was so offensive he had to …
answered Jan 3 '15 by Johnny Bones
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It all used to be done with propane. Sort of like a gas fireplace. Just put bunches of pipes behind, or inside, specially made "logs" that don't burn. The only danger was to actors who got too clos …
answered Jun 15 '17 by Johnny Bones
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You can see the original, unaltered clip here: If you're interested in all the special effects, there's a great documentary called Empire Of Dreams. It was …
answered Dec 2 '14 by Johnny Bones
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prosthetic, and they can hobble, crawl, get their legs bitten off, whatever you want with a little practical special effects. If it was a main character played by an actor that you know is not an amputee, then they will use a green sock and create the amputation effect in post processing. …
answered Sep 18 '18 by Johnny Bones
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"Is it really cheaper to render an animal than to bring a real one to a movie?" No, but you have absolute and total control over the reaction of the deer if it's rendered. You can probably get a liv …
answered Apr 23 '15 by Johnny Bones