She-Hulk VFX Supervisors Talk Crafting Jen Walters’ MCU Aesthetic
11.21.22Across its nine-episode first season, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law proved to be a surprising entry for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The live-action series brought to life the journey of Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany), a high-profile lawyer whose life is changed when she gets gamma-related superpowers and can turn into a superhero. Bringing Jen's superpowered self into the MCU involved the work of countless visual effects artists, who helped enhance Maslany's mo-cap performance in some groundbreaking ways. Among those artists was the team at the Oscar-winning VFX studio Digital Domain, which has partnered with Marvel Studios on projects like Avengers: Endgame, Ms. Marvel, and WandaVision.
For She-Hulk, the team worked on a number of facets of Jen's personal aesthetic, from her hair and makeup to the business suits she wears at work — and they even invented new technology to help bring that to life. Additionally, they worked pretty closely on the creation of K.E.V.I.N., the Kevin Feige-esque android who appears in the season finale. In celebration of She-Hulk's season finale, ComicBook.com sat down with Digital Domain VFX Supervisor Jan Philip Cramer and Animation Supervisor Elizabeth Bernard to comprehensively break down their work on the series.
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