"Skyfall" Filmmakers 3D-Printed A Rare Aston Martin So They Wouldn’t Damage the Original

Gizmodo.com reports that these days filmmakers often turn to computer graphics for scenes of destruction that would otherwise be too expensive or dangerous to stage in real life. But Skyfall posed a different problem. Namely that the effects crew didn’t want to damage a priceless 1960 Aston Martin DB 5 that appeared in the original Bond film 50 years ago.

So instead of turning to 3D graphics, they turned to 3D printers.

Read more and see pictures at http://gizmodo.com/5959717/skyfall-filmmakers-3d+printed-this-rare-aston-martin-so-they-wouldnt-damage-the-original

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