Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by adaskowy, Apr 19, 2017.
does anyone have a pic of meg holding screams head orrrr
Well, at least it would match Megatron's inconsistent head damage. He went from missing half his face and mouth, to missing half his head above the face, to missing his entire jaw and his head basically split in two, to his head being back to how it was at the beginning of DOTM minus the rust.
Your comment just made realise something......remember In tf07 when Lennox , epps & co had scorpinoks tail on the table.....severed! But still trying to stab them!? Are their severed parts still alive and functioning after all!? Maybe screams head regenerated? Maybe not though
If you notice throughout dotm his facial damage changes aswell. I think it was suppose to get worse after Sentinel grabs him on the tower. However his "helmet crown" is ALSO partially missing before this scene in the Abe Lincoln memorial scene too though from further away but yet reverts back to less damage. Then in the final scenes of the movie his facial damage is all over the place.
Lol, true. Seems there are quite a few things that is inconsistent.
Reminds me of when in a cartoon because it's hand-drawn character damage will be inconsistent.
Except, y'know, this isn't a cartoon. Ech.
Well it's still animation so animation errors are bound to happen.
Not so much when you have pre constructed 3D models of your characters....in fact nothing should change at all
But sometimes animation errors can happen not because of technical difficulties, but poor communication with the staff. I imagine that category can explain Megatron's constantly changing wounds.
Yes but the model is created and it doesn't change, the only explanation for that especially when you consider the caliber of the studio producing the cgi effects....Star Wars doesn't suffer such irregularities does it!? Is it prudent to assume that these changes were by design? Did sentinels space bridge indeed rupture dimensions?? Who knows?
What you're suggesting is like a wolverine film constantly swapping leading roles between hugh jackman (who I look like apparently) and his stunt double
Oh for the love of Pete, transformers can regenerate we are told this so Megatron's wound slowly healed until Sentinel damaged it more. It being repaired in Age, well maybe KSI had brains along with their staff repair it as best as they could, which allowed Megatron to heal his wound without anyone knowing since he could just have brains lie and say the repairs were going well. Presto! Problem solved. Megatron was alive, transformers can heal, and brains lied about Megatron, you piece together the rest. Megatron was slowly repairing himself but he tended to pick at his wound.
Take these facts and details and do the work, for crying out loud are you people just not capable of piecing anything together by yourself. Look for solutions and make sense of things don't just give up because everything wasn't handed to you on a silver platter.
But give TF1 credit for having very little errors. As the movies go on and on the CGI problems are becoming more noticeable and hard to ignore. AoE even had green screen errors! In a summer blockbuster that's inexcusable.
This is bullcrap you don't notice them because you don't want to, go to the TF wiki page for the first movie and you'll see it has plenty of errors regarding robot animation. Quit putting the first on a blasted pedestal.
It also has very little CGI compared to the rest of the movies.
Can we get back on track please, regarding Galvatron and Megatron? Do I think there will be a reason behind his change yes because there always is. Rebuilt in Revenge, assumes an Earth form to go into hiding in Dark, given a new body in Age. All had explanations why wouldn't this one?
Yeah, that Nokia bot was a very very little CG!
The Meg>Galv>Meg conundrum has been discussed at length in several other threads, and i think the general concensus is, wait and watch the movie.
Yeah now you mention it. To be honest I thought Ironhide said all that!
Sideswipe was such a waste. He was so badass, but he didn't say one thing to further the plot, his relationships or his character. I swear this is the core of what riles Transformers fans about these movies.
of course you would
Woah what's with the hostility? I said that TF1 had little noticeable CGI errors on the aspect of seeing it once. On the 2nd go with trivia they are easy to spot. You thought TF1 had a buttload of errors, that's nothing compared to the sequels, TF4 in particular on the first go.
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