How Animators Created the Spider-Verse | WIRED

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  • Published on:  3/22/2019
  • Danny Dimian, Visual Effects Supervisor, and Josh Beveridge, Head of Character Animation, for "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," share exclusive breakdowns and talk about their inspiration and the techniques they used to create a new visual language for their Academy Award-winning film. "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" is available now on digital and Blu-Ray.Read more about “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” on WIRED.com:https://www.wired.com/story/spider-ma...Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Masterminds.ABOUT WIREDWIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture.How Animators Created the Spider-Verse | WIRED
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  • Tolis Den Paei Kala 3 months ago

    The lego movie look liked the toys came alive. The Spider-Verse look liked the comics came alive.

  • Sreez 2 days ago

    Toy story : Am i a joke to you ?

  • Jarvis Godan 3 days ago

    @Tanner Speager to each their own

  • Aron Reviour 3 months ago

    I'd watch a 50 minute episode - nine part series of the animators just telling me how they pulled it off.

  • Sebastian Hincapie 1 months ago

    Alberto Mielgo

  • G-M 1 months ago

    Where do I find that video?

  • Olly George 3 months ago

    They used varying frame rates in the same shot to enhance character dynamics.... God a bloody adore this film!!!

  • Rising Dagger 1 months ago

    Same!!!

  • ErikTheRed33 3 months ago

    Probably the most artistically creative movie I've ever seenEdit: it IS the most artistically creative movie I've ever seen

  • Shubham Choudhary 3 months ago

    *before watching the movie*"meh! Just another animated movie"*after watching the movie*"So this is why it got an academy award"

  • Kyle Argota 15 days ago

    @Magic Medic me too!!! miles and gwen sailing!!!

  • Magic Medic 20 days ago

    I know right? I'm absolutely in love with this movie and can't wait for the sequel.And also, I ship Miles and Gwen SOOOO hard.

  • That One 3 months ago

    I always told people that I could pause the movie at any moment and I would frame that sceneEvery sec of this movie was handled with care and it shows

  • Rissa Martin 1 months ago

    That One More than every second! 24 times every second.

  • Benjamin Beard 3 months ago

    These guys should recreate other comics and characters into full fledge films. Internet push that.

  • IlSharmouta 14 days ago

    I'd watch an all black and white manga version of this

  • Rolfathan 16 days ago

    Right? Next time any comic franchise movie gets a "reboot" instead of doing new live action versions, how about we get this style instead?

  • julia howe 2 months ago

    I swear to god I could watch this movie on mute.

  • macmurfy2jka 10 days ago

    I did just that recently at a trade show, still great 👍. Another exhibitor was showing the film as a screen display

  • no hawk 25 days ago

    julia howe It wouldnt be complete without the soundtrack and the dialogue, in my opinion. The comedy was a part of the movie that i loved almost as much as the artwork. And the soundtrack, now im not really into that kind of music but i actually thought it was perfect. The songs and the scenes just went hand in hand all the way to the end

  • RandumbComNtary6251 2 months ago

    I will always love that little moment when Peter B. Parker puts his hand over his mouth in shock as Doc Oc gets hit by the that truck/bus in front of them. Just hilarious

  • Ruizu 3 months ago

    This project is every animator’s dream. ✨