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Discussion in 'Thor' started by anrrd_2, Apr 30, 2010.
You'd have to show me who said that.
There hasn't been any Filtering at all on that pic.
i doubt in the finished film it will look like rubber or plastic. As many of us posters have said we have well over a yr before film is released. And we dont know what kind of filters will been on the cameras while shooting, what enhancements with cgi and sound effects to make it all look just right.
Yeah,Webhead really got a point.It's too early to tell how it's gonna look on the screens in all its glory.
Glad the designers didn't take the easy way out when it came to the cape attachment. Anyone other than Marvel probably would have had it attach to the two top discs like in the current comics (my one and only gripe with the costume).
I want to see the hammer.
totally with a whole bloody year to release touch ups and special effects will make it pop even more. But right now it looks just great, pretty much current copiel design with a few modifications here and there like most comic to screen suits but good modifications.
as long as it won't look like this ...right?
Just say that the Asgardians have access to unusual materials that don't work the same as things on Earth. Maybe they do have some kind of magical metal that bends.
You're pretty close to get a glimpse of it.
Do you like other Marvel superheroes? I mean, you like watching their movies?
yea it will probably turn out better that that lol.
Well, I seem to recall being one of the 1st on the Clash of the Titans thread to predict that they'd add some kind of 'majestic' light FX to Liam Neeson's armor when the 1st promo image was leaked and it got criticism for looking really dull.
Now, I'm not saying that they going to do the same here but I dont see why they cant use fx to polish it up a little.
yea i still believe between now and release the costume on screen with be enhanced just a bit to make it just right and have that look and sound.
I think its more like this.More like the one on the left.
I'm surprised people are complaining, tbh. It really doesn't deviate fro mthe comics all the much.
Well, we don't want him to wear headlights.
I thought the desired aim was to wear headlights on his nipples.... Batman And Robin did the same and that movie made over 100 million in Gold Bullion.....
Every time I see that picture, I'm reminded of Dumb and Dumber.
(I haven't read through the whole thread yet, so someone else may've already mentioned this). What they'd probably do is use a dark shade of green and use either dark gold or something with a slightly yellow hue (kinda like how the Green Goblin's helmet in SM had a slight purplish hue near the top).
I think it looks too plastic.
I read somewhere that it may very well supposed to look the way it does and it may be some type of special asgardian material. I'll try and find the link now...
Sounds like a cheap excuse to me.
Iron Man's armor looked like plastic in a lot of promo pics. On screen, in motion, with whatever post-production effects they put on it, I'm sure it'll look fine.
they never changed iron mans metarials with CGI.neveeeeeeeeer.
before you start writting how they replaced hes parts with CGI go look the videos. the CGI iron man material looks like the real prop suit.
in Clash of Titans they added lens flares to Liam Neesons suit. lens flares. ok? my english is bad but its good enough to writte ............lens flares. it was a mirror like metalic suit. that kind of lens flares happen on mirror surfaces. Thor's material is not like a mirror. its looks like brushed material or anisotropic. they dont have lens flares.