January 6, 2022
In this tutorial, we're going to give you an introduction to Nuke, node compositing, and more basics that you need to know!
For top of the line node-based compositing, Nuke is nine times out of ten your go-to. Best of all, it has a free non-commercial version and an affordable indie option if you’re new to the program.
From the initial Muzzle Flash VFX and glow on the shooter's face to the Bullet Hit and Concrete Debris VFX of stray bullets hitting the environment, this is an in-depth Nuke tutorial you do not want to miss.
Inside Nuke, we are going through the details in setting the comp up, and then adding the perfect touch of ActionVFX elements throughout.
This week's Nuke tutorial will provide you with a few quick tips on how to composite 2D VFX stock footage elements into a 3D scene.
In this week's tutorial, Sebastian Siggerud shows us how to key .R3D Explosion VFX Stock Footage using a few quick tips in Nuke.
OpenEXR formats are extremely useful when they are utilized in the most effective way. In this week's tutorial, Sebastian Siggerud is back to show us how to use multi-channel OpenEXR passes in Nuke, while also teaching how to turn a 2D background into a 3D scene.
We are diving back into Nuke for another awesome tutorial! By the end of this post, you will have learned how to use the 3D projection node and turn 2D stock footage such as a photograph and some of our elements into a 3D scene.