To everyone saying "sorry, but the original shot looks better": Haha we know! Isn't that amazing though? It proves that nothing beats talent, craftsmanship, and a good eye when it comes to making art. The tools are secondary. I really wish I had more time time make a V2. I learned so much from my first attempt that I feel confident I could make it much better if I tried again. Still though, nothing but MAD RESPECT for the original artists!
Wren, yours is better. The other one looks like Jell-O man. To answer your question, the original shot does not have the depressions go deep. They are very shallow and just kinda move around the bars. You guys have the bars make huge depressions into the body before reforming.
And am saying to every one saying @the oirginalshotisbetter" u make it.
@YOBA MUST DIE! Though I understand your reasoning we all wonder what would happen if the Corridor Crew really sweated out the details. What would've happened if the entire team put their heads together and spent the time needed to make this effect seamless? Corridor Crew makes money by making videos for UZmilk. That generally means deadlines and hasty results. I believe the Crew is really talented and this video here is clearly meant to show the two different methods for addressing the same FX scene. The results are less important than the process. I agree with you about the lack of excellence in CGI in films today. The Corridor Crew addressed this in other videos. For instance, studios don't use plating anymore because they want to save on costs. Furthermore, FX studios work on severely restricted budgets and yet film makers expect miracles. Because of low pay and long hours burnout is high in the industry. On a bright note, the River Styx scene in the Mandalorian was breathtaking and ushered in a sea change in FX with StageCraft.
This video proved why modern day CGI sucks! Modern artist are not coders anymore and limited to a popular tools, that are jacks of all trades but masters of none. In old days almost every CGI heavy movie had its own tools coded specifically for certain scenes to make them as realistic as possible. And despite limited hardware and less comfortable and productive software, those scene specific custom tools did their job better. And yeah the fact that artists was able to code also proves that artists back than was smarter and was capable of solving problems by inventing their own tools, nowadays artists dont know a sh*t about coding and whenever they face a problem - they are like helpless babies who cant solve it. Oh yeah, modern artists also really bad at knowledge of physics, they dont know how physics works, they only guess and imitate it poorly with modern software. And surely 100% CGI never looks good, you have to use practical effects as much as possible and combine it with CGI whenever you cant do it practically So - conclusion is - modern VFX artists need to learn programming, math and physics and freaking code physicially correc scene specific simulation software, and modern VFX artist also should learn how do all the effects practically and should be capable of doing it practically. All digital artist without knowledge of practical effects, without knowledge of math, physics and programming is like a crippled disabled man with one hand in a wheelchair... you need to have both hands and both legs to stay steady on VFX ground and be capable of doing everything right!
Why don't you guys shoot Moses parting tha red sea
T2 graphics are a masterpiece, way better than every effect on every terminator movie that came after. Problem with new tech is, lack of talent.
Hey Corridor Crew, care to comment on render times for these two guys? Engines?
I was born July 29th 1991 dammm
umm they are wrong uv mapping DID exist before T2 , t2 came out in 91 , 3dmax a program for 3d was created in 88 or 89.
I still think Terminator 2 and the first two jurrasic park films ended up with effects that you can believe far more than the recent sequels over the past decade. They seem to glossed over and clean to be believable. The CGI is almosg too perfect if that can make sense?
Can guy do a video where you undo the visual effects of a film by using vfx to show what was taken out?
It started with The Landmower Man.
Ok. Love the channel. A similar effect was done in an even earlier film ... the original nightmare on elm Street... freddy kruger walks through the bars of a jail cell in a dream sequence. I know they didn't use cgi back then but it was so flawless and convincing that for a film before cgi really made for an incredible effect.
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18:39 why did textures came back from inside->outside to instead filling up outside and slowly moving towards inside? Cause when you think about it there should be a point when face is no longer deformed but steal bars are still somewhere in his head.
Original way better after all these years..... I guess a big budget and lots of time is the way to go....
What a coincidence I just finished watching T2 then your vid just showed at my recommendation 😳. Btw great vid keep it up
And don't get started about recreating Tom and Jerry or Disney movies of 1930s and 40s today :)
You guys say "literally" ALOOOOOOT!
Sir.James Cameron is lit🔥
Peter is extremely well spoken. Really a pleasure to listen to people who can speak like they're reading from an interesting script.
The timeline when the resistance won by making non Jell-O based AI illegal.
Guys, I wanna see the hybrid shot you talked about at the end
dude: "Patrick Stewart" me: lol *hit like button*
35 years ago they could by using a 32MB of RAM computer :v
“Hey Sam, you shooting something or…” Actually yes
This is fucking gold.
Most amazing video I've seen. The research is super nerdy and entertaining. Love how it added details of appreciation to an already appreciated and amazing scene.
lol. yeah not so easy is it guys
next level challenge: the 3 of you cannot move out of your computer room for non cgi pictures. do it all cgi that look better than the competition.
Still can't beat the original
Is anyone else confused how anyone could dislike this video???
Terminator 2 was incredible
original is definetly better
I love this stuff
Why dudes voice sound like a 12 year old boy still waiting for puberty to crack his voice. I literally thought it was s voice over since these guys work on videos. Kinda sad, since I realize that's a grown man with a little boy's voice.
what about using liquid sim with high viscosity?
considering they did this scene in the 90's one have to say it's like a million times better then yours ... so there are 2 questions left; how much time was put into that scene back then compared to yours and how much would those people flex you with todays tech :D
What does you being as handsome as Sir Patrick Stewart have to do with Terminator 2?
1:33 this bs was added in extended edition and ruins the movie!
At 8:58, shout out to Sir Patrick Stewart... haha weong name again guys
Personally, I like the old school approach. That said, these guys are both incredible.
👉Hey👈 You guys should recreate the original Terminator scenes!
To think they did those FX back in the day on a Nintendo 64 lol
Hey Corridor Crew or any other expert here in the comment sections... The algorithm to reconstruct the 3d object that you are taking a picture of...? What is it? Like what are you using for it...? Can you tell it, if its not proprietary or untellable?
21:32 I feel like approach would be using VBDs and having the mesh part and encase the bars instead of just stretching back but this was sweet
Fun factoid I heard: A fair bit of Tron was "rendered," as it were, manually by hand on paper and sent off to be entered into a computer to then draw the corresponding images.
The old Movie Magic tv show explains they’re WHOLE Process. You just need to copy that, with today’s Blender and movie tricks
The thumbnail for this video looks like Jamie Kennedy as the T-1000 going through the bars. LOL!
time 20:43 Creepy eye
Please combine the old and new techniques like you suggested at the end. It would look AMAZING! Photo-real face with realistic hair and physics? nom!
What if you had 2 head meshes on top of each other for the shot so 1 can reform and the other can follow the bar?
Hate it when they rate a movie R cus of people cursing.
Flux Movement - you OneWheel?
You guys are both geniuses. To me T2 is still a new movie. I do not understand the downvotes.
They both looked terrible, but ok I suppose for a couple of hobbyists.
love peter’s flume hat i want one
20:45 The T-1000's hair is actually metal though.
The sound for that effect was a can of dog food slowly coming out after the top of the can is opened
“How about we recreate these shots with modern VFX software.” The modern VFX software: invented to make T2
The part where Arnie tries to smile was cut from the original version. THANK SHIT for that it was soo bad
u guys suck, they did that 30 years ago
Sir (Patrick Stewart) lmao. Just can't get that name out of his head
The smile scene wasn't in the final cinema production. I think it was a good choice to cut it out. The extended version with this scene (and some other additional scenes) makes the movie "slower". I can't belive, that peter has never seen this outstanding movie. You have missed the crack noise, while walking over the roses ;). James Cameron Movies are all about perfection, using unique tools and love to details.
I don't know that using a lattice was the best solution. Also, corrective smooth might have helped with some of the roughness.
6:21 what just happened with compression there?
New one not like liquid guy its like sand guy in spider man🤗
Best fixion movie of all the Times i still think an alien stend by James cameroon while he did this movie where all scenes r just amazing
Can you fix the latest three UFO videos that have been released lately? They suck so bad. The perfectly focused ocean waves just below the airplane that is taking the video (so there's no haze from miles of atmosphere) with a poorly rendered, out-of-focus, trapezoid, is laughable. The blurry, black sphere cruising over the ocean. It falls into the ocean like a drop of liquid, then "drops" up and out of the ocean like reverse video, then pops out of existence like they got tired of rendering it. Then there's the poorly rendered black trapezoid in front of clouds. The clouds are clearly zoomed to, they look many miles away. A bit blurry and hazzy. But the "space ship" is clearly added afterwards. I'm sure you could do a billion times better!!
@Gabriel's Logic They can easily debunk those junk videos.
@MultiPleaser they will debunk your comment then very well. Great reasoning!😂
@Gabriel's Logic I've seen them on tv about fifty times in the last six months. Plus, I just described them pretty well.
How would they know what videos you are talking about..... :/
Movement never looks right in CGI. Seems like that would be the easiest, since it uses simple equations of motion we learn in week 2 of high school physics. I had an animated ball, or bullet, going through a viscous substance, like air. This was done on an Apple IIe in 1986 and it looked much more realistic than anything in the movies.
Original way better...
8:57 The actor playing the T-1000 terminator is called *ROBERT PATRICK* not *SIR PATRICK STEWART!* Jeez!
Wren, do you realize how many times you said Sir Patrick Stewart instead of Robert Patrick? Only a few times but hey who's counting, right? Just sayin'. 🇨🇦👊🏼🤙🏼
I want an answer Make it so!
It's like Johnny Appleseed vs the chainsaw.
The tech you have 'today' is still shite compared to what the movie studios have.
That is how it is with programming too.
My disappointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined.
How could wren not use ovdb or the collision deformer for this?
Star Wars did do it, governor Tarkin.
The guy hasn’t seen T2. That’s strange.
Is this kid a prodigy? I like him.
His name is Peter.
James Cameron is/was huge protectionist. He’s one of the best there is at making movies.
Why not tell us HOW they did it?
I can make you do what ever I want someone is joining the porn industry without consent
no offense guys but the old one from 30 years ago looks better haha
Considering the fact ILM had many artists and technicians working on this shot for weeks on end, and these guys had a couple of days, it SHOULD look better from back then! It’s not all about the technology.
Very insightful and cool! and I really liked how they showed appreciation for the pioneers of vfx
aja.......... unos nadies copiando algo de hace mil años........ ok ....... y si ahora cualquier idiota lo hace, el merito lo tuvieron en esa epoca. Si se la dan de entendedores y grosos hagan algo nunca visto payasos de mierda. una cagada elvideo no lo miren.
You are crazy guys! Craziness is good! Respect to both you and original artists!
My favorite movie. I've probably watched it 200+ times over my life so far (37 years old). It started me on my love affair path with firearms, which launched my side business from the Fire Dept, which enabled me to buy 3 supercars and enjoy a personal arsenal worth north of $300K. All because this one movie, shot so well, enamored me in such a way at a young age, it set me on my path. Firearms to me are much more than a weapon. The balance in engineering, the way the slide moves like butter on a well worn Beretta 92 FS, the way all the parts come together with such precision to control a tiny explosion resulting in sending a projectile downrange right where you want it. Satisfying on so many levels. Thanks T2. What movie inspired you at a young age?
@Shelby Parks love all of those movies!
The Shining, Silence of the Lambs, T2, Jurassic Park, and Twister fostered my love of movies as a kid. I’ve seen them all probably literally 50 times or more a piece.
@Taco Monster “I don’t remember asking you a God DAMN thing!” - Jules Waiting 🎣
Guns shouldn’t be allowed into the public and should be taken away. Should be more like England without the need of firearms they are doing perfect. And now we wait ladies and gents 🎣
@Gmork I feel this comment! Yes that park scene engrained how fragile we are and how ignorant we can be as a group. Scary. Plus… Metallica rules!
can i use loupedeck to open specific sotwares or games or browsers?
Dunno, I don't think it should have been so jelly-like
19:23 Szerintem bénább lett, mint az eredeti...a robotnak minek forogna a szeme, mielőtt átmegy valamin is? Annak előre néz egyfolytában, mereven, érzelem mentesen, mivel nem érzi, hanem érzékeli a változást és kiadja a megfelelő részeinek a mozgást, alakváltást, majd azok szépen vissza is állnak...a többi része minek is mozogna??? :-))) I think he's been more paralyzed than the original ... why would the robot's eyes turn before he goes through something? It looks forward to it all the time, rigidly, emotion-free, because it doesn't feel but senses the change and releases the movement and deformation to the right parts, and then they stand back nicely ... the rest of it would move ??? :-)))
Can't take anyone in the industry seriously if they haven't seen such an important film like T2.
it`s amazing what they did back in the day, both of you get close, but not so close... I believe they spent a little more time on it then you guys ;)... thanks
Can not believe you haven't seen this,the movie is a masterpiece and still blows all the others out of the water....go fucking watch it!!!