The Witcher has been one of the most popular series in the world in the past 2 years, and especially the raindrops for fans of fantasy movies after Game of Thrones ended in mid-2019.
As soon as it was released, The Witcher quickly created a terrible fever around the world thanks to the support from a previous strong fan base of this franchise. Although it has only aired for 2 seasons, this series has become the new “golden egg” for Netflix, making them not hesitate to produce more spin-offs as well as build a 7-season plan for The Witcher.
The Witcher possesses too many elements to become a bright star in the world television sky: a male lead who is too knowledgeable about the original and devoted himself to the role; 1 talented young actors with the ability to play ecstatic roles; catchy “homegrown” songs with the clearest evidence being the hit “Toss a coin to your witcher” in season 1 or “Burn, butcher, burn” in season 2; And of course, it is indispensable for the spectacular and beautiful special effects scenes.
To be fair, the effects in the first season of The Witcher were not very appreciated, even criticized by many people too bad, especially in a fantasy series with many different types of fantasy monsters. That’s why when making season 2, Netflix has partnered with many major VFX studios to further improve the quality of its movies. And objectively, they were successful, especially in the shape and design of the monsters.
So what’s good after the scenes of the 2 seasons of The Witcher? How did they apply CGI to recreate such a magical continent on the small screen? Please watch the video below.
[Vietsub] What’s good behind the scenes of The Witcher: A flexible combination of computer effects and realistic props, not all monsters are CGI products.
According to TheThings