Whether it's during the day and you are unable to get a night shot or vice versa, it can be time-consuming waiting for the perfect time to grab a shot. Chances are, even when the timing seems perfect, something else unexpected may fall in your path. We've all been there, and that's why Clayton Walker, an ActionVFX product designer, is here to save you some time with this Quick Tip tutorial.￼
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Not only do millions of people all around the world join together to watch the Super Bowl, but we all wait in anticipation for the commercials, as well! While some are serious and others rather comical, those watching were able to view some interesting visual effects! From a dragon swooping down in Amazon's commercial to Jason Momoa no longer being buff, we're listing some of our favorite VFX moments below.
With all the exciting new features in Blender 2.8, VFX artists can create mind-blowing scenes with breathtaking realism. CG Geek is home to some of the internet’s best Blender tutorials, and today we’re going to take a look at one of their most impressive ones that shows how you can wield the power of Blender 2.8 to create a completely photorealistic forest.
If you prefer working in Premiere Pro and haven’t made the leap to After Effects or simply want to save a little time, Premiere offers a ton of great features for compositing VFX. Plus, our entire VFX library is compatible with it, as well! We’re going to take a look at a handful of subtle ways you can make your composited VFX shots shine in Premiere Pro!
The ability to inject a 3D model of an actor into your scene is valuable in so many different scenarios. Nowadays, creating a 3D clone or stunt double isn’t just easier than ever before, it can also be photorealistic. If you’ve ever wondered how to create a photorealistic 3D model of an actor, here are a few great techniques to get you started!
Have you ever needed to track and attach something to a warping surface in After Effects? Enter Lockdown, an innovative plugin from the team at aescripts + aeplugins that allows you to not only track warped surfaces, but also to pin objects to them and even apply deformations from the warped surface to your object.