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[Watch] M’sian Content Creator’s Visuals Makes Local Film Industry Look Like Amateurs, Netizens Say

[Watch] M’sian Content Creator’s Visuals Makes Local Film Industry Look Like Amateurs, Netizens Say

Content creator Sofyank96’s short clip using CGI garnered tons of praise from netizens who say he should make a whole film instead.

Adeline Leong

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Making videos using CGI can be difficult at first but Twitter user @sofyank96 and his team made it look so easy.

His video edit, which showed a live-action sequence of the game Free Fire, went viral on Twitter.

He also wrote that the video shoot took 3 days but the editing took more than a month.

His hard work and passion definitely paid off because the netizens were full of praise for the quality content, and the effort put into filming and editing the whole video.

A netizen wrote to say @sofyank96 could be the next generation of CGI filmmakers but the local creative industry needs to buck up in terms of paying creatives properly.

Another person chimed in to say that the video quality beats KRU Studios, the studio behind local films such as Cicakman.

The next person asked why the CGI in this short clip looked way better than the CGI in local movies, while another netizen said the people in the local VFX industry must be shaking in their boots.

A few netizens said @sofyank96 should make a full-fledged CGI movie.

It’s not the first time @sofyank96 has impressed Malaysian netizens with his video editing skills.

He once impressed Malaysians with this edit he did for Will Smith’s movie Gemini Man.

READ MORE: Malaysian YouTuber creates clones during Will Smith interview for Gemini Man

Hopefully, his talent will be recognized and put to good use to help improve our local film industry.


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