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I have a question about CGI. I assume that this is the correct room for this question. As of the date thatyou are reading this, has CGI gotten to the point that a naval vessel, such as an aircraft carrier, can be rendered to make it look like it was a real one?
The movie "Titanic" was CGI. And from my understanding the technology is even better now.
So, things have gotten better after 19 years? OK. Thanks.
Yes that usually happens after 19 years things get better not worst. Ok? Your Welcome. And Hey!! Wait a minute!! Why are you asking about CGI in the Animation section? You really should re-post this under cinematography you will get the answers your looking for.
Because I was not sure where to send my message. I am new to these parts.
Take a look at the new JUNGLE BOOK. The only live character in it is the boy, shot 99% on a blue screen on a lot in LA. The line is blurred so much that the creators don't know whether to call it an animated film or a live action film.
Got it rookie. Just trying to help. Go post it in Cinematography. The great thing you'll find out about this fellowship if they don't have the answer they will suggest a link of an article that does. I have been a member for one year now(screenwriter) and that has helped me a great deal. Good luck!!
Thanks, Steven. Laurie, if that is indeed the case, that is worth looking into.
Here's nice overview of the JUNGLE BOOK http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=474411539