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Superheroes ‘discuss controversial CGI’

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will be released later this year, and so far fans have only gotten a glimpse of the film through its trailer. There is a side that fans notice from this that many people do not like – the use of CGI animation.

The film is slated to release in Japan this April, and its producer, Akio Iyoku, recently shared in an interview with Nikkei Entertainment Magazine a lot about the film, including why they decided to use CGI in the movie.

Theo Iyoku – thanks translation from Twitter user Herms98, the film’s CGI will be used to emphasize specific characteristics and fighting styles in the film, including those of the new Android characters Gamma 1 and 2.

While much of the film will be devoted to this “human drama”, CGI visuals will also be used for the fight scenes that depict Gamma 1 and 2’s inhuman combat speed and style as well. like the true strength of the scholar Gohan. Director Kodama specializes in CG animation.

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Regardless of how fans feel about using this animation style, it seems that the team has an extremely thoughtful plan to make it happen. The film’s director Tetsuro Kodama has a lot of experience in using CGI – Including the CGI scene in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, so it seems the project is in the hands of more people capable of doing so.

As for plot details, nothing new was revealed during the interview, so fans will just have to wait until closer to the film’s April release date before new details emerge.

https://wegotthiscovered.com/anime/dragon-ball-super-super-hero-producer-details-how-cgi-will-be-implemented-in-the-film/ Superheroes ‘discuss controversial CGI’

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