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49<span style="color:#FFFFFF; font-size:3px;">ual effects Although roughly the same as before, costume designer James Acheson made numerous subtle changes to Spider-Man&#39;s costume. Its colors were made richer and bolder, its spider emblem was given more elegant lines and enlarged, its eye-lenses were somewhat smaller, and its muscle suit underneath was made into pieces, to give a better sense of movement. Also, the helmet Maguire wore under his mask was also improved, with better movement for the false jaw and magnetic eyepieces, which were easier to remove. To create Doctor Octopus&#39; mechanical tentacles, Edge FX was hired to create a corset, a metal and rubber girdle, a rubber spine and four foam rubber tentacles which were 8 feet (2.4 m) long and altogether weighed 100 pounds (45 kg). The claws of each tentacle, which were called &quot;death flowers&quot;, were controlled by one puppeteer sitting on a chair. Each tentacle was controlled by four people, who rehearsed every scen
50 e with Molina so that they could give a natural sense of movement as if the tentacles were moving due to Octavius&#39; muscle movement. On set, Molina referred to his tentacles as &quot;Larry&quot;, &quot;Harry&quot;, &quot;Moe&quot; and &quot;Flo&quot;, with &quot;Flo&quot; being the top-right tentacle as it was operated by a female grip and performed delicate operations like removing his glasses and lighting his cigar. Edge FX was only hired to do scenes where Octavius carries his tentacles. CGI was used for when the tentacles carry Octavius: a 20 ft (6.1 m) high rig held Molina to glide through his surroundings, with CG tentacles added in post-production. The CGI versions were scanned straight from the real ones to allow them to appear more realistic. However, using the real versions was always preferred to save money, and each scene was always filmed first with Edge FX&#39;s creations to see if CGI was truly necessary. In some shots where CGI is used, Molina is replaced by a vir
51 tual actor possessing the CGI tentacles. Due to the film&#39;s increased budget compared to its predecessor, visual effects supervisor Scott Stokdyk and CG character animation supervisor Anthony LaMolinara were able to create more detailed virtual actors to replace Maguire and Molina in some shots, as well as make them display natural human motion. Completing the illusion, the sound designers chose not to use servo sound effects, feeling it would rob the tentacles of the sense that they were part of Octavius&#39; body, and instead used motorcycle chains and piano wires. As with the previous film, John Dykstra served as visual effects designer. Dykstra not only created the physical appearance of Octavius&#39; tentacles, but also that of the nuclear reaction that Octavius attempts to carry out in the film. The reaction resembles the sun, complete with solar flares, and poses a threat to its immediate environment through its strong gravitational pull, which can draw surrounding objects
52  directly into it and disintegrate them. As mentioned previously, the film&#39;s increased budget allowed the reaction to have a significant amount of artistry and reality.[citation nee </span><br />
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