Vita has more than 65,000 square feet of studios and more than 600 creative employees. It can design and produce all kinds of large or micro props, including professional props modelling and repairing, biological props making, armor weapons making, micro-sculpture, large scenes, scenes and clothing, and of course, special effects. Richard Tyler, president and director of the studio, has 14 senior designers under his banner. The sculpture is very detailed from the details of the human body to various parts. In addition to the three-dimensional sculptures needed for shooting, the studio also produces museums and public exhibitions. Large-scale scene sculptures can withstand wind gusts of 140 kilometers per hour outdoors; armor and weapons. The famous visual effects company in the well-known industry, however, is extremely mysterious and low-key because it is located in Wellington, the capital of the small film country New Zealand, so they can stay away from Hollywood spotlights and concentrate on realizing their magnificent dreams for imaginative, especially fantastic filmmakers. In terms of scale, in just over a decade, Vita Studio has expanded from a workshop-like visual effects factory to a film kingdom with Weta Digital, Weta Workshop, Vita Production, Vita Collection and Park Road Post-production companies. Among them, the Vita Digital family alone had more than 900 employees when it was doing visual effects for "Avatar".
A superb experience, it was unexpected that there was such a world-class company in the small village of Newcastle. The model is so lifelike that no international wax museum is worth mentioning when it comes back. There will be a film about Weta's development at the end. It's a good material for those who want to know more about Weta. After communicating with Chinese tour guides, they can provide Chinese subtitles. It's very human. Surroundings and hands are really expensive, books are even more expensive, but you can read them casually. The studio can't take pictures, but fortunately, I went to the National Museum the next day to see the special exhibition of "the martyr of war", which happens to be all the models made by weta. It's a worthwhile trip to allow photography.
Vita Studio is the place that Ring fans have to come. It's the place where the Ring King movies were born and designed. All kinds of characters in the studio are just like those in the movies. They seem to have come to the real world. They are really amazing and worth visiting.
Wellington's Vita Studio is a paradise for fans. There are many wax figures of the same size as those in the movies. They are as real as the resurrection from the movies. There are also many props used in the movies. They are all the same size as the reality. Coming here is like coming to the real "Lord of the Rings" world. Movie fans must come and have a look.
Vita studio has two scenic spots to visit. One is behind-the-scenes production of King of the Rings and Hobbits, and the other is behind-the-scenes production of miniature landscape animations, which gives you a useful suggestion. When publicizing, it said that because of the secrets involved in behind-the-scenes production, no photography or video can be taken at both sites. If you're a post-producer or a hobbit fan of King of the Rings, I suggest you take a look. After all, some of the props presented in the film are exhibited and demonstrated, and there are some simple designs and porches. But if none of the above is true, I suggest that we do not go to this point. We can take photos in the house which is open for free at the door. There is interaction in the courtyard. It is interesting to suggest that we do not go, because all the so-called secrets involved are not real secrets. Vita studio even develops software independently. Outside, so it's impossible to sell tickets for everyone to visit the secrets of film production.
Wellington is quiet, leisurely and friendly. Few people, CBD mall closes at 7 p.m. This humble Weta Workshop is Vita Studio, Ring, Diamond and other shapes, including Hollywood blockbuster scenes are born from here, studio core designers only 20 people, design, model shaping, props, scene production are completed here. Witta Digital (more than 1,000 people) finished post-production of computers, Wellington may not have any particular bright spot, but the studio will still shock visitors.
If you are a fan of Lord of the Rings, come to Peter in Wellington, Jackson's Witta Film Studio, and we know that the visual effects in the movies "The Lord of the Rings Trilogy" "Diamond" "Avatar" come from Vita's production team. Here are the scenes and original props of the movie. You can understand the magical behind-the-scenes production of the movie.
Vita Studio, located in Wellington, is an award-winning conceptual design and production company. The most well-known works are the special effects production of movies "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbits". Vita Studio is now launching a series of tourism projects to give visitors a chance to see Peter Jackson's behind-the-scenes work. For many hobbit fans who come to Wellington's Vita Studio, the cave giants Burt, Tom and William are among the most striking pieces of the famous Vita Studio's many works of art.
As a loyal powder of the ring, it is a must-go place, and this is where the later stage of the ring is completed.