Sim­u­late a ghost rider trans­for­ma­tion

Syaw­ish A rehman shows how to make a trans­for­ma­tion scene in­spired by Ghost Rider

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The tricks needed to make skin peel off a face to re­veal a burn­ing skele­ton un­der­neath

G host Rider shined as one of the new char­ac­ters in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. You know what it means when Ghost Rider ap­pears; first, that some sin­ners are go­ing to be burned and sec­ond, there are go­ing to be some re­ally cool Ghost Rider trans­for­ma­tion scenes, where you’ll see a liv­ing breath­ing dude turn into a firey skele­ton. There are some in­ter­est­ing things that hap­pen when Ghost Rider trans­forms and we’ll be break­ing all of them down in the same way as his skin changes: piece by piece.

The first thing that hap­pens is that his skin starts to boil. You can see bub­bles ap­pear­ing, in a sim­i­lar way to when you heat some plas­tic. Then, the skin starts to break off in patches; it’s re­ally in­ter­est­ing to see these cracks as they start ap­pear­ing. Even­tu­ally, the skin starts fly­ing off, thanks to en­vi­ron­men­tal fac­tors like wind. From be­low, his skull starts show­ing but there’s a very neat and sort of con­trolled chaos in the way his skin cracks. The parts that later show a lot of fire are the first ones to burn off and they burn very quickly. Some lines show up at the top of his skull be­cause that’s the part that’s ac­tu­ally the hottest, since all the fire is fo­cussed there. Although, not a lot of fire ac­tu­ally shows up un­til his skin has com­pletely burned off. These are all artis­tic choices – you can do things your own way if you want but I’ll try and fol­low what hap­pens in the TV episodes as much as pos­si­ble.

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