How Nuke, Mari and Katana Was Used To Help Create Into The Spider-Verse.
The directors of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had a clear idea of what they were trying to achieve.

Envisioning a film couched in the visual language of how comic books are made, the look of Spider-Man is informed by ideas going all the way back to silk-screening and the printing-press. It fell to the VFX crew at Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI) to make this vision a reality.

let’s catch up with key members of the look development and texturing teams to find out how they harnessed the power of Katana, Nuke and Mari on the Oscar-winning production.

You can check out How Sony Pictures Imageworks cracked the look with Katana and Mari and How Sony Pictures Imageworks created the film’s signature graphic look almost entirely in comp

Also watch Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Personal | Making of Animation Process

How Nuke, Mari and Katana Was Used To Help Create Into The Spider-Verse

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