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Deconstructing the opening scene of Deadpool

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Deconstructing the opening scene of Deadpool

October 26th, 6.30PM - Viewconference 2016, Turin (Italy). This talk was given by Ryan Tudhope, VFX Supervisor for the movie Deadpool and co-founder of Studio Amotic Fiction.

All shots were rendered with Conductor (www.renderconductor.com), a cloud-based rendering service used by Atomic Fiction mostly in last 2 months before the deadline of the project: in that time they completed almost of 70% of total renderings, and 20% in one week, using an average count of 32,000 cores.

250 shots were made, and about 150 artists has worked for there in in 37 scheduled weeks of work. In total, creating of vfx for Deadpool has required 9 months of work in total: three of those was used for study, project organization, acquiring references, etc., and 6 months for technical production.

Atomic Fiction is currently working on visual effects of the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie: “The Revenge of Salazar” (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, out in 2017), and another movie with Brad Pitt.

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