fxphd – MYA206 – Maya Animation and Compositing : Red Dwarf
Long time fxphd professor Matt Leonard dives into production with his new course covering work he did for Red Dwarf: Back to Earth. Leonard is our leadMaya professor, but he is also an adept compositor who uses tools such as Nuke and Fusion. For this course, he’ll be walking through the entire productionprocess of his work on the show — from pre-production to on-set to the final composite. He’ll cover all the angles of delivering great animation and a realisticcomposite in this hard core hands-on course.More details to come about the course once the mini-series airs in the UK the weekend of April 11th.
CG Artist – Grass Textures Pack
66 JPEG | max.6150×6150 | 305 Mb
The Watch Tutorial Series 3DsMax and V-ray
Video: AVC, 1600 x 860, 1.860, 20.000 fps, 599 Kbps I Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 53.6 Kbps, 2 channels
Glu3D v1.3.36 & Pwrapper v1.016 for 3DsMax 2012 32Bit/64Bit
During our adventure, dealing with pure data will enable us not to just transfer the data between different parts of our production line, but to manipulate this data, and customize it the way we need to suit our use, AND MAYBE ( as in our course ) to invent a new solution for an old problem using two cameras to capture human movement and automatically transfer the data into a custom character in 3D, without the need of expensive motion capture device or other solution.
FXphd – VFX101 – Intro to Compositing with Ron Brinkmann
FXPhd – MTH101 – Mathematics For Visual Effects & Design
Completely redesigned from the ground up, Final Cut Pro adds extraordinary speed, quality, and flexibility to every part of the post-production workflow.
In this part of the video, you will be introduced to the 3 different projects that you’ll be producing and what assets were used within the training, particularly the car model and the HDRI + Backplates pack. There will be a brief description of how to install scripts, the Gamma 2.2 workflow and how to map useful commands to hot keys in order to speed up your work.