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Scott Farrar is the Industrial Light & Magic Visual Effects Supervisor on Transformers, and will serve in the same capacity for the sequel. An Oscar-winning veteran of the visual effects industry, Farrar has served in a similar capacity on A.I. Artificial Intelligence, The Chronicles of Narnia and xXx: State of the Union, and has worked in other roles at ILM in franchises such as Star Wars, Star Trek, Back to the Future and Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park.


It's actually physical pieces moving. This all is very complex. This toy [the original Optimus Prime action figure] has 51 pieces. Our Optimus Prime in the movie has 10,108.

—Scott Farrar [1]

This little guy has 51 pieces. Our Optimus Prime has 10,108.

—Scott Farrar [2]

This all is very complex. This toy in front of you has 51 pieces. Our Optimus Prime in the movie has 10,108.

—Scott Farrar [3]

How do you build these things on a set? This toy has 51 parts. Our Optimus has 10,108 parts.

—Scott Farrar [4]

Why did you bring the toy?

—Interviewer

Just to show how many pieces are in this versus what's in the movie. Just the complexity.

—Scott Farrar [5]

I've got a little Transformer that's on my desk. He has 51 pieces. Our Optimus in the movie has 10,108 parts that all have to be hand-made in the computer.

—Scott Farrar [6]


NotesEdit

  • Just in case you have forgotten, Scott Farrar would like to remind you that the Generation One Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while in comparison ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.

ReferencesEdit

  1. CanMag interviews Scott Farrar, where he tells us the G1 Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.
  2. UGO.com interview with Scott Farrar, where he tells us the G1 Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.
  3. Dark Horizon's exclusive interview with Scott Farrar, where he tells us the G1 Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.
  4. Computer Graphics World's 'Heavy Metal' article on the visual effects of Transformers, where Scott Farrar comments on the fact that the G1 Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.
  5. Final comments in Dark Horizon's exclusive interview with Scott Farrar, where he tells us the G1 Optimus Prime toy only has 51 pieces, while ILM's CG model of Movie Optimus Prime has 10,108 pieces.
  6. Scott Farrar, in the bonus features disk of the DVD release.

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