Something seems......off5,373 Views10 RepliesAdd A Reply
I was rewatching KOTM when I noticed something strange about the monsters, or more specifically; Godzilla and King ghidorah.
I noticed that whenever ghidorah or godzilla were in bright lights and moving fast they seemed like they got more squishy and....less detailed? When they're moving slowly or fighting in a darker setting they look fine, but besides that.......
I also see the same problem in the gvk trailer
Does anyone else see this? Or am I hallucinating?
No I didn’t notice.
I actually noticed. That is because CGI does not look good in light. And even though it’s one of the best parts of the movie itself, some of the CGI in shots, does not look finished.
The CGI looks great.
I does, but CGI itself does not look very good in light. That’s the reason why everything was dark.
Godzilla vs Kong CGI seems to have its moments where its a bit off but it seems way more consistent in quality than the one before it. At least here its doing its best to blend with its background and set pieces. KotM was way more noticeable with these off moments as things didn't blend most of the time.
I've seen some reviews from people at early screenings that claim the CG is some of the best of the four movies and a big step up from the last one.
It doesn't bother me too much either way. The human eye can detect CG pretty easily these days. I've kind of accepted that CG will simply look like CG in the same way suitmation looks like suitmation.
Oh well. These creatures don't exist anyway, it's less about how real they look and more about the fantasy of it.
^yeah that true. Its just kinda weird seeing how good Godzilla 2014 looked, then looking at this.
It's hard to tell because I only watched the Godzilla scenes of G'14 when WB applied the stupid grey filter...
The dark issues are still there........
Whats the point of getting 4K for that.
I know right