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post #2671 of 3803
Well even if the eyes are moving from something mechanical Peter built, on screen the emoting eyes are certainly meant to evoke a "comic-booky" look on screen. He looks good, but I am leaning towards the ASM2 costume being the most authentic so far.

Something about the texture on his costume on display here is a little off. Not sure what it is.
post #2672 of 3803
Come to think about it, if the rumors are true about him having two costumes in the film this could be the upgraded one Tony gives him. The rumors says his first one looks a lot more like something a kid could make, a.k.a. the hoodie version.

That would explain the tech needed to make his eyes move like that. Someone like Tony could easily design that for him.
post #2673 of 3803
Why in the fuck does he need the eyes to move?
post #2674 of 3803
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post

Why in the fuck does he need the eyes to move?

Certain artists over the years have drawn him with emoting eyes. I am willing to bet this decision was made to set his costume apart from all the other film versions and do something unique. It could work as long as it's not overused and the script/acting back it up.
post #2675 of 3803
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HOLY CGI Spider-Man. Maybe it's just the .gif that RFX posted but is he completely computer generated there? I'll have to watch the video in a few on my phone.

Remember the first Spider-Man movie?

post #2676 of 3803
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Certain artists over the years have drawn him with emoting eyes. I am willing to bet this decision was made to set his costume apart from all the other film versions and do something unique. It could work as long as it's not overused and the script/acting back it up.

I get that...

But what's his motivation, say, in the Stark scenario?

"Hey underpants you need a new suit"

"Ok, can you make the eyes move?"

"Why? That will take longer"

"IDK LOLLLZZ I'M A KID!!!"
post #2677 of 3803
It will probably has as good an in-movie explanation as to why a bunch of long time teammates and good friends decided they needed to beat the shit out of each other. tongue.gif



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EDIT: I honestly don't have a clue. Maybe they change his vision when emoting? Lets him see further away, at night and so on? Cause honestly I am with you there that I can't really think of why he would design them to do that other than shit and giggles.
post #2678 of 3803
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It will probably has as good an in-movie explanation as to why a bunch of long time teammates and good friends decided they needed to beat the shit out of each other. tongue.gif



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EDIT: I honestly don't have a clue. Maybe they change his vision when emoting? Lets him see further away, at night and so on? Cause honestly I am with you there that I can't really think of why he would design them to do that other than shit and giggles.

Why do Iron Man's eyes need to glow?
post #2679 of 3803
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Why do Iron Man's eyes need to glow?

Because, as we all know, the Jarvis interface within the helmet by which Stark controls the suit doesn't have eye-slits. This is evidenced by all of the "headshot" images picturing Tony's head in a bubble with the interface - it seals in his head. The light emitted from Iron Man's eyes then, is a reverse-occular sensor whereby the suit takes in surrounding, environmental information, and converts that information into Jarvis-code, which is then processed and presented to Tony, in-suit.

Duh.
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Because, as we all know, the Jarvis interface within the helmet by which Stark controls the suit doesn't have eye-slits. This is evidenced by all of the "headshot" images picturing Tony's head in a bubble with the interface - it seals in his head. The light emitted from Iron Man's eyes then, is a reverse-occular sensor whereby the suit takes in surrounding, environmental information, and converts that information into Jarvis-code, which is then processed and presented to Tony, in-suit.

Duh.

Oh, of course. bored.gif
post #2681 of 3803
Not gonna lie, when I saw the first screenshots, I shared JMR's opinion that it looks a bit too CGI. Not gonna jump to conclusions though, I'm sure it'll look better
post #2682 of 3803
Thread Starter 
it's a mix of both, the flip is cgi but the landing and pose is real
post #2683 of 3803
I can't be the only one who thought his voice was off putting. He sounds so young yet doesn't look so in costume. I think the previous spider-man films hit that balance much better.
post #2684 of 3803
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Why do Iron Man's eyes need to glow?

So he can see to the other side?
post #2685 of 3803
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Oh, of course. bored.gif

I was being facetious, btw.
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