Inside the VFX of Game of Thrones season 6 with Mackevision

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We have another visual effects video to share with you today, featuring the amazing work done on Game of Thrones season 6. Mackevision worked on the show once again this year, creating the dazzling vistas of King’s Landing and throughout Westeros. The company’s reel highlights their work on the fall of Balon Greyjoy and the incredible final scene of season 6, with Daenerys’ armada on the move. Enjoy!

Iloura’s VFX reel featuring Battle of the Bastards turned up earlier this month.

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    1. The armada actually didn’t look particularly photorealistic to me, so I’m not sure I’d use that scene in a promo video.

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    2. Jelmazmo!!!

      What’s there to say about these guys that has not been said in the past…

      A sure emmy for GOT on this category

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    3. Amazing special effects work, a lot better than in many movies.

      I was always wondering, is the chorus in this song (Mhysa, from S3 Soundtrack) saying ‘Du bist frei’ ?

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    4. Rhaenys Stark,

      Haha I don’t think there’s any German in that song…. here are the lyrics to “Mhysa” (according to the interwebs):
      Dāervose jevosy yne enkot daor.
      Jemot ziry tepagon koston daor.
      Dāerves jevys tepagon yne sytilībos daor.
      Jemēle mēri sytilības.
      Lo ziry arlī jaelāt, jamelo syt ziry mazemagon jemo bēvilza.
      Tolvies jemys.

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    5. It is mind boggling how much work and talent goes into every aspect of this show The CGI is just beyond wonderful. (I didn’t find a way e to slow it down, I would have liked to have seen it in more detail. Anyone knkow?)

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    6. This video is cool and all, but it makes it seem like everything on the show is fake. It really makes me think different about the show, as in is anything they show on screen real? I dunno……

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    7. Ser JJ Watt:
      This video is cool and all, but it makes it seem like everything on the show is fake. It really makes me think different about the show, as in is anything they show on screen real?I dunno……

      Of course there are real things in the show too. Those 2 minutes hardly constituted “everything”. Do you think that CGI like this is easy and cheap to make?

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