The Last of Us: Neil Druckmann reveals how the giraffe scene was created

One of the most iconic moments, and one that was burned into players’ memories when it came back in 2013 last of us Starring Ellie, Joel and a Giraffe. As expected, this was taken in the television series whose first season has just ended, and Neil Druckmann has explained how he managed to shoot said scene, something that was not easy at all.

And it wasn’t because a lot of people these days who are saying – “Kitna ghatiiya banaya hai”, they say, ahem… -, the giraffe is real, Speaking to Greg Miller’s Kinda Funny podcast, Neil Druckmann discussed the difficulties of working with one of these giant mammals, and explained how easy it is, by comparison, to bring it into a game.

He insisted that they had to overcome several logistical hurdles, ultimately deciding to create a blue screen environment at the Calgary Zoo—where the entire first season is filmed—in which to house the giraffes. Summary, they took the shooting environment to the giraffe, not the other way around, which could create even more problems. He emphasizes the realness of the animal, although the scene clearly has VFX elements.

Will the film crew relocate?

The series’ budget hasn’t been prudent, but there’s no doubt that the visual effects team did a great job of transferring the post-apocalyptic atmosphere to the Canadian town. funny thing, The Last of Us Part II It is located in downtown Seattle, a relative—considering the size of North America—a short distance from Calgary, although it has not been confirmed whether filming of the second season will take place in the grunge city.

This second season will tell part of the events that took place in the second video game, as both Druckmann and Mazin have confirmed that alone will not be enough. We’re talking about a game that’s much longer than the original, as well as introducing new characters, some of them very much heroes, like Abby, of course.

Source: Kinda Funny

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