Of the many highlights Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, among them were her artistic styles. While Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) they were in traditional 3D, the other Spiders had their own special visual styles. Penny Parker (Kimiko Glenn) is done in anime art style, Spider-Man Noir (Nicholas Cage) it was in black and white, you get the point. With Miles and Gwen now traveling through the multiverse for the upcoming Via Spider-Verse, it’s no surprise to hear that the sequel will expand its visual horizons.
Talking to Collider, producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller discussed how every universe visited in the film will be an artistic treat for themselves. “The idea of going into different dimensions has really opened up an artistic opportunity for each world to have its own artistic style,” Miller said. “And that each dimension feels as if it was drawn by another artist’s hand.” You can see a bit of this in the trailer itself as Miles and Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac) the visual appearance changes when it shifts from a colorful 2D world to a vibrant 3D sci-fi environment.
First Spider-Verse the film was incredibly ambitious just because it had six Spiders of different artistic styles, and the sequel trying to be bigger than that is what excites Lord and Miller in this industry. Quoting both Over it and recent Mitchells against machines As an example, Lord talked about how they want to “push the animation in directions it hasn’t gone yet,” repeating the duo’s previous statements that they wouldn’t just rest on their laurels. Back in November, para teased that every universe would feel “radically different” from all the others and that because of that “the first movie would look weird”.
Outside of O’Hare, the 2099 Spider-Man, the other Spider to be confirmed is Issa Raeov Spider woman. It will be interesting to see what other Spiders will appear below and what artistic styles they bring with them. we hope that Japanese Spider-Man appears at some point.
Spider-Man: Via Spider-Verse – Part One comes out on October 7th.
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