From the first trailer of Pacific Rim audiences understood that they would be watching a movie heavy on visual effects. Not every element can or should be digitally placed within a film, so VFX company Rodeo released a video detailing what exactly was VFX and what was real for their scenes in Pacific Rim.

VFX breakdown videos and articles are some of my favorite to look at due to the complex nature of the task and how they give a deeper understand to the way films are made today. I’m not one to, generally, watch a movie just to see the visual effects, but Rodeo’s breakdown video has peaked my interest and I may just have to watch Guillermo’s latest now.

via Rodeo

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