Lost In Space - S2 Vfx Breakdown
The show, set 30 years in the future, is a modern re-imagining of Irwin Allen’s classic 1960’s science fiction series inspired by Johann David Wyss’s 1812 novel, “The Swiss Family Robinson.” The new show is produced by Legendary Television and written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold, Last Witch Hunter); Zack Estrin (Prison Break) serves as showrunner. The series stars Toby Stephens (Black Sails, Die Another Day) as John Robinson, and Molly Parker (House of Cards, Deadwood) as Maureen Robinson.
Led by VFX supervisor Aladino Debert, the Academy Award-winning studio worked on around 160 shots over episodes 201, 208 and 209; work began in January 2019, with stepped shot delivery concluding this past September. The majority of the work involved the sequence in episode 201, “Shipwrecked,” where the crew of the Jupiter jury-rigged their spaceship into a sail ship while battling a nasty storm; work on episodes 208 and 209 consisted mainly of creating robots, both the character named “Scarecrow” and Will’s friendly robot.
Category : Visual Effects
Tag : ILP , Important Looking Pirates , 3D Animation , animation , 2d , 3d , visual effects , vfx , cgi , cg , before and after , making of , Behind the Scenes , vfx breakdown , Lost in Space , Lost in Space - S2 , Making Of Lost in Space - S2 , Lost in Space - S2 Behind The Scenes , Lost in Space - S2 VFX Breakdown By Important Looking Pirates , Lost in Space - S2 VFX Breakdown