Big Screen Effects: Beauty & the Beast

Big Screen Effects: Beauty & the Beast
Inspirations, Big Screen Effects Jul 26, 2017 at 11:42 AM

Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast was a beautiful film. We’re featuring work from Digital Domain and Framestore VFX on the Film, plus info on where you can see a presentation at SIGGRAPH on the film from Framestore and Autodesk.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast Trailer

If you haven't seen the film, here's the official trailer from Disney.

Digital Domain

Here's a behind the scenes look at the work from Digital Domain for Beauty and the Beast. Digital Domain's website says, "VFX Supervisor Kelly Port and his team of about 250 artists worked for many many months to turn Dan Stevens into an amazing live-action/CGI Beast to accompany Emma Watson’s Belle."

Framestore VFX work

Framestore also worked on Beauty and the Beast. They worked on characters like Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and Lumiere.

If you're at SIGGRAPH, you can learn about Framestore's work on Beauty and the Beast. "Learn about Framestore’s character creation on Beauty and the Beast and how the team used new techniques to bring household objects Lumiere, Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts to life convincingly with photo-real look development using Maya, Shotgun, and Arnold."

Character Creation for Beauty and the Beast with Framestore
Tuesday, August 1, 2:00 - 3:00PM, Room 409B
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Dan Stevens Without CGI In Beauty And The Beast Footage Is Something You Can't Unsee

Dan Stevens, AKA Cousin Matthew from Downton Abbey, plays The Beast. This is very entertaining! 

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