While everyone waits to see MPC 's work on Man of Steel, World War Z and The Lone Ranger, the London-based visual effects company has released a breakdown of the effects it handled for the Oscar-winning Life of Pi.
VFX Supervisor Guillaume Rocheron and VFX Producer Genevieve West led the MPC team of artists, delivering over 110 shots in native stereo.
MPC's main areas of work included creating two massive storm sequences: the sinking of Pi's cargo ship The Tsimtsum, and the Storm of God, the dramatic climax to Pi's journey aboard his marooned lifeboat. Other work included animating over 20 panicked animals aboard the sinking ship, creating a CG lizard, hornbill and Cassowaries for the opening titles and the first shots of Pi leaving India on board The Tsimtsum.
Watch the video, below: