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When “Terminator Genisys” was released in theaters across the world in the summer of 2015, many Terminator fans with a keen eye for detail noticed slight changes to the T-800 Endoskeleton’s design in comparison to the previous James Cameron Terminator films. The key question that was raised time and time again is why were those changes made? What was the reason behind it? Well conceptual 3D artist, Vitaly Bulgarov has that answer.
In late 1982, when James Cameron’s dream film project “The Terminator” was finally greenlit with a initial budget of 4 million dollars, Cameron knew his biggest challenge would be bringing the T-800 Endoskeleton to life for the film’s finale. With the groundbreaking filmaker’s tool of photo-realistic Computer Generated Imagery technology (CGI) still years away, Cameron envisioned creating all the T-800 endoskeleton shots with stop motion animation technology.
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