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  12 December 2005
CGW: The Armies of Narnia

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"Rhythm & Hues, which did a large number of CG animated shots for the movie, used Massive Software's Autonomous Agent 3D Animation and Digital Stunts system for a total of 132 Massive shots, involving approximately 450,000 total characters such as - gryphons, centaurs, cheetahs, rhinos, bears, gorillas, and goat-legged fawns. Additionally, the studio built 50 different Massive agents and used them together with custom-recorded motion capture clips to populate the scenes.
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  12 December 2005
450,000? That's almost woodstock!
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  12 December 2005
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Yeah, only other time I'd heard about the numbers they approximated 20,000... 5,000 on Peter's side and 15,000 on the White Witch's side... Any idea how this number inflated to that much?
 
  12 December 2005
Originally Posted by seven6ty1: Yeah, only other time I'd heard about the numbers they approximated 20,000... 5,000 on Peter's side and 15,000 on the White Witch's side... Any idea how this number inflated to that much?


I think it's refering to the total # characters rendered throughout the sequence, not in one shot. Your numbers of people per side are correct.
 
  12 December 2005
Is anyone else getting tired of documentaries in the style of "The armies of ______" ?

I mean, it started off with LOTR, then the armies of Troy, the armies of KOH, the armies of ...
 
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