The Art of Iconic Creature Design Photobashing and Zbrush Workflows With Aaron Sims

The Art of Iconic Creature Design Photobashing and Zbrush Workflows With Aaron Sims
English | Size: 831.7MB
Category: Tutorial

Aaron Sims, the mind behind some of this generation’s most unforgettable cinema creatures, began his career over three decades ago as a special effects artist working alongside industry icons Rick Baker and Stan Winston (Evil Dead, Gremlins 2, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Men In Black). His pioneering techniques in the world of visual effects influenced the face of character and creature design in Film, Television, Games, Previs, and VFX early on in their application (A.I., Constantine, War of the Worlds, Big Fish). In 2005, Aaron Sims Creative was formed in order to bring together a wide range of the world’s most talented concept and visual effects artists and create memorable characters, creatures, VFX, costumes, and key scenes (I am Legend, The Incredible Hulk, The Amazing Spiderman, Clash of the Titans, The Conjuring, Stranger Things). Aaron’s unparalleled skill and dedication to consistently creating stunning content for all platforms of visual entertainment has led ASC to become the premiere boutique studio for creature and franchise design & development. [Read more…]

Linkedin – Learning Gulp js Web Project Workflows

Linkedin – Learning Gulp js Web Project Workflows-ZH
English | Size: 153.45 MB
Category: Tutorial

Modern front-end development means more than just writing HTML CSS, and JavaScript. Developing an efficient workflow will help you write better code and test and deploy your web applications easily and efficiently. Gulp.js make setting up compression, minification, preprocessing, and other common tasks as easy as writing a setup file. In this course, learn how to use gulp.js to build workflows that make managing the process of building websites a bit easier. Senior staff author Ray Villalobos demonstrates how to use gulp.js to automate common processes, including how to create serial workflows and process
JavaScript with Babel [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Advanced Stereo Workflows in Nuke

Digital Tutors – Advanced Stereo Workflows in Nuke
English | Size: 292 MB
Category: Tutorial


Lesson Outline (10 lessons)
In this series of lessons we’ll learn a technique to convert a Depth pass from a 3d application into a Disparity map to take advantage of Nuke’s advanced Stereo tools. Prior to this course, creating disparity maps required the Ocula plugin, but all the data lives in every depth pass, it just needs to be transformed into a powerful disparity map.
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Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Nuke

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Nuke
English | Size: 1.29 GB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons, we will be taking you through the process of rendering your Maya scene into multiple passes, and using some advanced techniques for compositing these passes using Nuke. We will dedicate the first portion of this course to using Render Passes in Maya to separate various elements of our scene at render time. We’ll use mental ray’s render passes, contribution maps, custom framebuffers, and render layers to create the necessary render passes for our scene.In the second portion of this course we will begin with some quick compositing similar to our
Multi-Channel Compositing in Nuke course, but we will quickly get into more advanced topics such as Depth-of-Field, Depth-based compositing, working with HDR data, painting fixes and chromatic aberration. [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Fusion (278mb) (rmvb)

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Fusion (278mb) (rmvb)
English | Size: 268 MB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons, we will be taking you through the process of rendering your Maya scene into multiple passes, and using some advanced techniques for compositing these passes using Fusion.

We will dedicate the first portion of this course to using Render Passes in Maya to separate various elements of our scene at render time. We’ll use mental ray’s render passes, contribution maps, custom framebuffers, and render layers to create the necessary render passes for our scene. In the second portion of this course we will begin with some quick compositing similar to our Compositing 3D Renders in Fusion course, but we will quickly get into more advanced topics such as basic and advanced Depth-of-Field techniques, working with HDR data, painting fixes and chromatic aberration. [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Mental Ray Workflows in Maya – Subsurface Scattering

Digital Tutors – Mental Ray Workflows in Maya – Subsurface Scattering
English | Size: 435 MB
Category: Tutorial

mental ray Workflows in Maya: Subsurface Scattering

A comprehensive study of rendering translucent surfaces [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and After Effects

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and After Effects

English | Size: 1.31 GB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons, we will be taking you through the process of rendering your Maya scene into multiple passes, and using some advanced techniques for compositing these passes using Toxik. We will dedicate the first portion of this course to using Render Passes in Maya to separate various elements of our scene at render time. We’ll use mental ray’s render passes, contribution maps, custom framebuffers, and render layers to create the necessary render passes for our scene. In the second portion of this course we will begin with some quick compositing similar to our Compositing 3D Renders in After Effects course, but we will quickly get into more advanced topics such as basic and advanced Depth-of-Field, Proxies, spot paint fixing and chromatic aberration. [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Fusion (278mb) (rmvb)

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and Fusion (278mb) (rmvb)
English | Size: 268 MB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons, we will be taking you through the process of rendering your Maya scene into multiple passes, and using some advanced techniques for compositing these passes using Fusion.

We will dedicate the first portion of this course to using Render Passes in Maya to separate various elements of our scene at render time. We’ll use mental ray’s render passes, contribution maps, custom framebuffers, and render layers to create the necessary render passes for our scene. In the second portion of this course we will begin with some quick compositing similar to our Compositing 3D Renders in Fusion course, but we will quickly get into more advanced topics such as basic and advanced Depth-of-Field techniques, working with HDR data, painting fixes and chromatic aberration.
[Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and After Effects

Digital Tutors – Advanced Compositing Workflows with Maya and After Effects
English | Size: 1.31 GB
Category: Tutorial

In this series of lessons, we will be taking you through the process of rendering your Maya scene into multiple passes, and using some advanced techniques for compositing these passes using Toxik. We will dedicate the first portion of this course to using Render Passes in Maya to separate various elements of our scene at render time. We’ll use mental ray’s render passes, contribution maps, custom framebuffers, and render layers to create the necessary render passes for our scene. In the second portion of this course we will begin with some quick compositing similar to our Compositing 3D Renders in After Effects course, but we will quickly get into more advanced topics such as basic and advanced Depth-of-Field, Proxies, spot paint fixing and chromatic aberration. [Read more…]

Digital Tutors – Mental Ray Workflows in Maya – Subsurface Scattering

Digital Tutors – Mental Ray Workflows in Maya – Subsurface Scattering
English | Size: 435 MB
Category: Tutorial

mental ray Workflows in Maya: Subsurface Scattering

A comprehensive study of rendering translucent surfaces [Read more…]