Weta Workshop: The Making of Durotan Statue for Madam Tussauds

Written by Medievaldragon on . Posted in World of Warcraft Film

WETA Workshop has released a new video featuring the Making of Durotan Statue for Madam Tussauds in London. They share many details of the development process, materials used, and the amount of hours each process took for the final product:

Production Total Time: 2711 Hours (that’s the equivalent of 113 days or 3½ months of non-sleep uninterrupted work)
Technicians: 55
Clay used: 80kg
Silicon Molds used: 90
Fiberglass Components: 7
Steel Skeleton Weight: 90kg
Painting Hours: 100+
Hair Elements: 463 Hours
Leather: 15 Meters or 49.2 Feet
Height: 2.2 Meters or 7.2 Feet
Weight: 130kg

The Making of Durotan Statue



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