Some fans “recreate” the mythical scene of the T-Rex from Jurassic Park with CGI, but it is not the same.

Some fans "recreate" the mythical scene of the T-Rex from Jurassic Park with CGI, but it is not the same.

Some fans show that, despite the fact that CGI achieves amazing images, its use causes the magic of artisanal effects to be “lost”.

When Jurassic World launched the new Jurassic franchise in 2015, fans of the iconic saga of Steven Spielberg that adapts the novels of Michael crichtonThey put their hands to their heads.

Colin trevorrow he was much more tolerant of CGI (computer generated imagery) than Spielberg was, which made the dinosaurs in the new trilogy look a bit different.

This debate is not new at all, the use of CGI has taken over the world of film and television, and only a few daring filmmakers turn to animatronics and conventional effects to recreate iconic moments and scenes.

Corridor Crew, a group of fans has recreated (in their own way), the launch scene of the T-rex in Jurassic Park.

The 1993 film made slight use of CGI to create the colossal predator, but for the most part, its extinct dinosaurs were animatronics that fascinated the world.

While the lighting work is the best detail, the T-Rex model used has some details that do not fit what we have in memory.

However, the video, of about 25 minuts, It has some very curious details and anecdotes from the filming of Jurassic Park that may interest you a lot.

The CGI vs. conventional effects debate is by no means unique to Jurassic Park. Many of you will remember the anecdote that occurred in The Mandalorian with Gorgu (Baby Yoda).

Werner Herzog, who played the Client in the first season of the series Star wars, called “cowards”, to Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni when they suggested creating the little guy with CGI.

Finally, Grogu was left as an animatronic puppet, and the result is difficult to improve. So much so that when a shot is sneaked into CGI, fans instantly notice it.

The next installment in the Jurassic franchise will be Jurassic World: Dominion, which will arrive in mid-2022.

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