Compositing footage into a scene is a true art, and the art of compositing muzzle flashes to look believable in a scene can be quite complex. Lendon does an thorough job in this tutorial to make compositing fun and easy to accomplish.
Ismahawk, as Danny Shepherd and Jeremy Le say on their YouTube channel, consists of "just a couple of geeks with a camera and a passion for action!" We had the chance to interview Danny Shepherd, co-founder of Ismahawk, who has used ActionVFX in their most recent work, Joker Vs. Joker.
Compositing elements into a background plate can be easily done, but compositing them to look like the entire shot was captured in one, realtime frame is a whole different ball game. Lendon Bracewell dominates this tutorial by showing us how to achieve a seamless blend of our elements using any scene you choose to shoot.
VFX Legion is a large scale production and VFX studio that utilizes current technology to bring together creatives from across the globe. They recently made use of our assets on "How to Get Away with Murder" and "Legends of Tomorrow."
Have you ever been curious about the various tips and tricks all the talented VFX artists out there put into making a composition look so believable? Well, our talented compositor, Lendon Bracewell hits the ground running in this tutorial on how to composite Fire, Sparks, and Smoke Elements into a scene.
G M D THREE used ActionVFX elements when creating a virtual scene for the Metallica and Lady Gaga performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
CVD VFX is a studio in Vancouver, focusing on industry leading stylization and compositing. CVD made great use of ActionVFX's smoke, fire, and dust hits in the popular CBS show 'ZOO.'
Art is a broad term that through the centuries has meant many different things to different people and is interpreted differently by the individuals whom it was created to impress. Art transcends cultures, time, and language. So when considering that movies may in fact be the highest form of art, I want to be clear that I am not suggesting that the work of famous ancient painters or composers pales in comparison to the latest hit at the box office. Not at all.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use our Structure Fire elements to create a realistic house burning scene!