US-based visual effects company ILM shared a video showing how the visual effects used in season 2 of The Mandalorian were created. The video shows the detailed process of putting together visual effects shots.
The Mandalorian, which started broadcasting on Disney + in late 2019, managed to get full marks from many viewers and authorities with its first season. The series, which has received great acclaim with its second season, which has been published in the past months, has been talked about a lot, especially with its visual effects that do not look like motion pictures.
The fact that The Mandalorian has revolutionized visual effects technology is now accepted by everyone. So, how are all these breathtaking scenes created? The US-based visual effects company ILM, which also creates the visual effects of The Mandalorian, shared a video for those looking for the answer to this question. Let’s take a closer look at this video.
How were the visual effects in Season 2 of The Mandalorian created?
The video released on ILM’s official YouTube channel reveals how the various visual effects used in Season 2 of The Mandalorian were created. The 3.5-minute trailer shows the detailed process of putting together VFX shots, how backgrounds are placed in the shots during post-production, and much more.
The company ILM, which created all these visual effects, was founded in 1975 by Star Wars creator George Lucas. In addition to the Star Wars films, the company’s other works include some of the most important productions in the history of cinema such as Pirates of the Caribbean, the Harry Potter series and Jurassic Park. The company has won numerous awards and nominations over the years for these works.
The 3rd season of The Mandalorian, which has made a tremendous impact since its release, is planned to meet with the audience in the first quarter of next year. However, it should be noted that there is no exact date yet and the company may change plans.