Follow up on individual projects for thunder god And The new kid from Jersey CityMarvel Studios will revisit its green, furious legacy with the Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. However, while fans are certainly excited about the story and comedy behind this new Disney+ series, there is one specific aspect that worries audiences – and that’s the CGI work.
Those fears arose first after that The first full trailer for the show was shown last weekproviding new footage featuring Tatiana Maslani, Mark Ruffalo, and Tim Roth as Strong womanThe huge trio of stars. Although it sparked a sensational story showing Jennifer Walter’s adaptation to becoming a superhero and Her encounters with some very strange Marvel charactersThe visual effects left a lot to be desired for some.
With Almost three months left until Strong woman release At Disney+, there’s still plenty of post-production work left to complete, which includes the CGI needed for its lead heroes and villains. However, the first signs of improvement on this front are thanks to the live streaming service it will be hosting Strong womanThe first season.
She-Hulk CGI Improved Trailer Reissue
Marvel Studios released the first trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law in the exhibition Disney + . pageThis time, however, it has improved video quality compared to the compressed 1080p version uploaded to YouTube. This shows a marked difference to the CG work done in this series afterwards Fans expressed complaints about the trailer’s CGI when it debuted.
When She-Hulk looks at her phone, fans can see that her face is more defined in her nose and cheekbones while the lighting gives her skin different shades of green.
A view shot of Jennifer Walters looking at her phone screen shows significant improvements. The Disney+ version of the trailer allows viewers to see the pores on her face and more contrast between the pupil and the green in her eyes.
The trailer’s final shot shot gives Maslany’s face in more detail, once again showing the texture of her forehead, cheeks, chin and nose. It even makes the reflection in her eyes more visible and adds a pop of color to some of the green in her hair.
Less to worry about with She-Hulk?
With the look of this re-released trailer, Marvel Studios is on the way to fixing some of the issues fans have encountered. Strong womanImproper CG work. While it wasn’t sonic the hedgehog-badEven this new version of the trailer should put fans at ease who are worried about the way the hilarious green MCU lawyer will look alongside their Marvel universe counterparts.
Strong woman It’s a particularly big challenge for Marvel studios on the visual effects front, as the MCU has never had a hero in a leading role with such a much needed job in the visual effects department. and look Some complaints seen with other projects like Spider-Man: There is no room for homeMarvel has had a long request with a character like She-Hulk, especially in the six-hour series.
Even with a lot of work still to be done, this small change is promising for those looking forward to it MCU Jennifer Walters appears alongside Avenger veteran Mark RuffaloThe actual character has not yet been touched. Those effects will only continue to improve with so much time left until the show’s premiere, allowing for a greater sense of realism with a hero that is almost larger than life.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law It will premiere on Disney+ on August 17th.