THE WOLF OF WALL STREET: Scanline VFX Shot Breakdowns Reel

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Old 02 February 2014   #1
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET: Scanline VFX Shot Breakdowns Reel

A look at Scanline VFX's visual effects in director Martin Scorsese's THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, which received a Visual Effects Society Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects.

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Old 02 February 2014   #2
I wonder if this was a case of VFX being cheaper than renting a comparable yacht for the shoot.

OK so they needed to VFX the storm scenes for sure...
But for those calm/party scenes it never occurred to me that it was a 'virtual boat'.
So kudos to Scanline.
 
Old 02 February 2014   #3
I have to admit, i pride myself on my key eye to spot CG element and they really tricked me with the boat (taking out the storm scene).

I wonder if they used speedtree for the house, helicopter scene.
 
Old 02 February 2014   #4
Scanline are the masters of water and fire sim. I really hope they release their fluid simulator one day! "Please Scanline, be kind to all the hard working artists in the FVX industry and help bring beautiful images in all movies in the future." That's a prayer I say every night before going to sleep.
 
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