March 31, 2020
While the Unreal Engine’s versatility has taken its use far beyond the world of video game production, Unity is also advancing to make dazzling CG work possible for VFX artists everywhere.
Even those who aren’t in the VFX community have undoubtedly seen the barrage of .gifs and memes circulating the internet from deepfake technology.
With all the exciting new features in Blender 2.8, VFX artists can create mind-blowing scenes with breathtaking realism.
If you prefer working in Premiere, 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.
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!
Need to track and attach something to a warping surface in After Effects? Enter Lockdown, an innovative plugin that allows you to track and pin objects to warped surfaces.
SideFX’s industry-favorite procedural VFX software has made the leap into its next iteration with Houdini 18. Today, we’ll take a look at just three ways Houdini 18 enables you to produce VFX with more power and control than ever before.
Maybe you’ve dabbled in Blender in the past, but you haven’t picked it up for a while. With this year’s milestone official release of Blender 2.8 (and now even 2.81), we’re going to take a look at five major reasons why now is a better time than ever to dive into the excellent open-source 3D modeling suite.