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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb VFX
Posted on Dec 22, 2014 at 10:21 pm IST
MPC Completed 250 VFX  shots for the film
 
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The production for the film took place on stages at Mammoth Studios. VFX Supervisor Seth Maury at MPC lead a team at MPC to completed 250 VFX shots.

For the The British Museum sequence, MPC team created digital characters  like Balinese Dancers, Kakiemon Elephants, Egyptian Cat, Centaurs, a replica of the Colossal Lion statue that is in the Great Court, Ganymede the Eagle, painted stone Hippos, a flock of Bronze Herons, a pair of Lamassu, a Mayan Frog, painted metallic Peacocks, Shiva, a flock of Steel Doves, a pair of marble Dogs, jade Terrapins, and a terracotta figure of Winged Victory.
They also created a new Triceratops skeleton character. The dinosaur was designed using photo references of Tyrannosaurs skeletons.  The Triceratops was given similar characteristics to the TRex in the first 2 movies, in that it behaves like a big dog. MPC’s animation had fun with a few moments in the Hall of the Hunt where the Triceratops acts like a happy puppy until things go wrong, and it goes on the rampage.
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