Install this theme

7 Amazing Movie Special Effects You Won’t Believe Aren’t CGI | Cracked.com

It’s well-known that Jurassic Park was created through a combination of CGI and terrifying dinosaur-shaped robots, but there’s one important special effect they used in the film that is often neglected — namely, dudes in rubber suits.

Yep, the movie that convinced everyone that CGI was cool used good old-fashioned monster costumes, too. Steven Spielberg commissioned the legendary Stan Winston to create some practical effects for some parts of the film, because it’s one thing to tell your child actors to imagine they’re being chased through a kitchen and quite another to put a real Raptor face in front of them.

Winston’s team came up with a system that consisted of making the most realistic dinosaur puppets ever, then sticking a dude inside them.

Speaking of the famous kitchen scene, Stan Winston Studio supervisor John Rosengrant and concept designer Mark McCreery got the honor of donning actual Raptor costumes in that part of the movie — that’s Rosengrant in this shot:

 
  1. mpandainsilk reblogged this from ultralaser
  2. thealienguy reblogged this from ultralaser
  3. ultrazombie2020 reblogged this from ultralaser
  4. ultralaser reblogged this from ultralaser
  5. elposter reblogged this from ultralaser
  6. wolfskeetbaku reblogged this from ultralaser
  7. urddas-dros-balchder reblogged this from vakarian-archangel
  8. errantobserver reblogged this from ferra-itt
  9. ferra-itt reblogged this from millionmanmanor
  10. yayumu reblogged this from cryok
  11. laurabaenanti reblogged this from huladance
  12. athomewithmargaery reblogged this from lyneart12
  13. zingstars reblogged this from nekoconsulting
  14. ayyylman0 reblogged this from the-night-surgeon
  15. calbex reblogged this from imaginekaijus
  16. the-night-surgeon reblogged this from buttblasted-by-banshees
  17. carry-on-drinking-tea reblogged this from timelord-timelines-make-sense
  18. mysterious-maverick reblogged this from timelord-timelines-make-sense