March 18, 2019
The hands-on training to become a VFX artist has never been more accessible than it is now, and it’s also a great time to break into a flourishing industry. Don’t sit idly by while excuses hold you back from the career you’re passionate about. Do some research, and put in the effort to be prepared for the job you’ve always wanted!
Following AdobeMAX 2018 in October, Adobe released their latest updates to the Creative Cloud suite. We’ve already covered what’s new in After Effects CC 2019, so today we’ll cover some helpful new features in Premiere Pro CC 2019.
ActionVFX helps Lost Boys Studios do what they do best — equipping VFX artists to be successful and propelling them into the industry.
At a glance, Nuke can be daunting. Once you’ve dipped your foot in, however, it becomes clear that Nuke is truly a playground fit for any artist.
No matter what stage you’re at in production, you’ll always be deciding which codecs and compression rates to use during import and export. Today, we’re going to look at the necessity of certain types of compression rates in different scenarios, and give you a few practical tips to help you get a deeper understanding of how codecs interact with your VFX footage.
James Hattin and Nick Guth of VFX Legion understand that digging through potential stock footage is time-consuming. With different elements pulled from various sites, a VFX shot can be more difficult than it needs to be. That's where ActionVFX Fire Collections stepped in.
There are a lot of great rotoscope tools out there (one of our favorites being Mocha) - but After Effects’ own Roto Brush tool has made some major strides in making the daunting task of rotoscoping a bit easier.
Here at ActionVFX, we have created wallpapers for you to download! You can now represent ActionVFX on the go, wherever you are.