As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
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The bulk of our 132 shots for Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp feature all the sequences where Hank Pym’s lab shrinks and grows from the size of a suitcase to a full-sized building, as well as the surrounding disturbances that our team created with FX simulations.
We also worked on environment extensions for the film, such as adding CG sequoias to a Georgian forest, and our team had a lot of fun creating and animating a CG pigeon who refuses to leave on Pym’s suitcase-sized lab.
One of our favorite sequences, is the destruction scene at San Francisco’s Pier 41. As Pym’s lab suddenly grows back to its regular building size, it destroys everything around it from the ground to trees, benches and newsstands. This sequence was an exciting challenge for our artists who created all the destruction.
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Client: Marvel Studios
Design Studio: Elastic
Creative Director: Andy Hall
Art Director: Jeff Han
Color TD: Andrew Young
Storyboard Artist: Lance Slaton
CG Leads: Max Ulichney, Yongsub Song
CG Artists: Michael Cardenas, Josh Dyer, Mike Kash, Thomas McMahan, Dustin Mellum, Chris Nolan, Joe Paniagua, Carlo Sa, Christian Sanchez, Byron Slaybaugh, Marcos Vaz, Ariana Ziae-Mohseni
Previs Artists: Paulo de Almada, Chris Leone, Dirk Valk
Head of CG: Kirk Shintani
Production Coordinator: Megan Rodriguez
Senior Producer: Paul Makowski
Senior Executive Producer: Luke Colson
Head of Production: Kate Berry
Managing Supervisor: Jennifer Sofio Hall