She/ Hulk CGI Already Shows Drastic Improvement
With the series set to premiere to MArvel fans later this month, a project that should have captured imagination has instead drawn ire for its inconsistent visual effects; but with a band new clip releasing, the She/ Hulk CGI has already shown a drastic improvement.
The return of Marvel Studios to San Diego Comic-Con last month has highlighted the massive influx of Marvel properties to come in the next two years, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe has shown no signs of slowing down or letting up.
At the return of the massive event that had been postponed for two years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe explores some of the projects just on the horizon, as well as some of the massive event films to come in the next two years.
Among the projects that we explored, the one that is the closest is the brand new She/ Hulk series arriving at Disney+ later this month, which is set to highlight the character of Jennifer Walters, as she makes her long-awaited arrival to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With the first footage of the series coming in the form of a trailer that was released a few months ago, it seems most fans were less hesitant to speak on the actual quality of the story being displayed and much quicker to comment on the declining Visual effects standards.
Although the criticism levied against the series’ first trailer where fair, there must also be a reassessment of what Marvel has done, and how they’ve corrected those issues; as the She/ Hulk CGI already shows a drastic improvement.
It was an improvement most easily recognizable in the brand new She/ Hulk clip that was released this week, showing the project’s eponymous character learn the ins and outs of becoming a Hulking superhero, with both characters being showcased in their very CGI glory.
The clip showed that both Walter and Banner were touched up for this upcoming footage, with the quality increase in the CGI of the heroes being markedly better than in the first trailer; a development that should absolutely encourage fans for what they could see when the finished product finally arrives.