Nina Metz: If you think the CGI of a Marvel movie isn’t up to par, don’t blame the VFX artists. Blame their terrible working conditions | Entertainment


Visual effects technology has become extremely sophisticated over the past few decades. And yet, the VFX industry itself is in a tough spot. It’s not uncommon for visual effects artists to put in up to 100 hours of work a week to meet a studio’s deadlines and accommodate last-minute changes.

That’s why you may find yourself watching a movie or TV show and thinking: Huh, the CGI in this scene – the computer generated imagery – isn’t as good as it should be. be.

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