Maybe Rocket’s skeleton can be the villain of the next Guardians movie?
To make something look real, you have to start from scratch, building the skeleton and musculature before adding the hair and personality.
With a movie as CGI-heavy as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, it’s fascinating to see how all those effects are created and worked under, around, behind, and sometimes into the characters onscreen.
Rocket, for example, the adorable yet foul-mouthed sentient raccoon, is made of the same skin, bones, and muscle tissue as any other small mammalian beast, it’s just all digital.
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