“Squid Game’s” behind-the-scenes video reveals how much CGI was used in the series. “Squid Game”, created by Hwang Dong-hyuk, has become a worldwide hit and one of Netflix’s most popular series. The survival thriller, written and directed by Dong-hyuk, centers on a lethal competition involving 456 people from all walks of life who become participants in a series of children’s games in order to win the grand prize.
“Squid Game”, starring Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo, Gong Yoo, Lee Byung-hun, and HoYeon Jung, has cemented its place in pop culture. Since the episode premiered in September, Netflix has released an official “Squid Game” product line, the “Squid Game” cryptocurrency has gained popularity, and popular YouTuber Mr. Beast has erected a real-life “Squid Game” set. Despite losing its number one rank on Netflix’s charts recently, “Squid Game” has maintained its popularity. “Squid Game’s” visual effects are now revealed in greater detail in a new video.
A behind-the-scenes video posted by Hyungrok Kim, a CG supervisor on Gulliver Studios’ “Squid Game”, explains which elements of the series were brought to life with CGI. The “Squid Game” video, which includes the Red Light, Green Light arena, Glass Bridge Game tiles, a rat on Kang Sae-byeok as she crawls through a tunnel, and the dangling globe holding the cash prize, demonstrates the impressive amount of visual effects that went into bringing the dystopian series to life. Take a look at the video below:
The amount of CGI employed to make the six games, pastel staircases, and hazardous islands where the games are hosted look real may surprise viewers who were engrossed by the Squid Game cast’s powerful performances and Dong-direction. hyuk’s “Squid Game” season 1 had amazing CGI effects that were effortlessly interwoven to assist bring the audience into the tale, which spanned nine startling, violent, and visually enticing episodes. It’s great to see that all of the hard work that went into the hit show paid off handsomely.
“Squid Game” continues to captivate viewers for being so much more than a survival game show, as it examines how desperation may erode humanity and whether humans are decent at their heart. “Squid Game” shows no signs of stopping down for the time being. Dong-hyuk said earlier this month that a second season of “Squid Game” is in the works, which may continue Gi-plot hun’s or go in a different route entirely. For the time being, “Squid Game” season 2 is set to have a gripping plot and more astounding visual effects when it premieres on Netflix.