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  • For The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Rising Sun Pictures was called on to enhance a scene in which extremist magician Steve Gray (Jim Carey) attempts to set a new record for staring without blinking his eyes. After keeping it up for 24 hours, Gray chooses to have pepper sprayed into his face while continuing to keep his eyes open. RSP created realistic tear drops that run in tiny rivers down the magician’s nose, chin and hair. Pulling that off convincingly took considerable research and look development. The CG elements then had to be match-moved to Carey’s face while made realistic in terms of refractions, reflections and density.

    For The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Rising Sun Pictures was called on to enhance a scene in which extremist magician Steve Gray (Jim Carey) attempts to set a new record for staring without blinking his eyes. After keeping it up for 24 hours, Gray chooses to have pepper sprayed into his face while continuing to keep his eyes open. RSP created realistic tear drops that run in tiny rivers down the magician’s nose, chin and hair. Pulling that off convincingly took considerable research and look development. The CG elements then had to be match-moved to Carey’s face while made realistic in terms of refractions, reflections and density.

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    The CG sandstorm shoot in 'The Way Back' was cancelled due to a real sandstorm.
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    +61 8 8400 6400 vfxinfo@rsp.com.au

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