Deveraux is our lead Nuke professor at fxphd. He has been using Nuke since 2000, working as a compositor at Digital Domain on Hollywood blockbusters such as
. Using a variety of compositing packages, his freelance work has taken him to ILM (
), and others.
An in-depth look at Nuke 6's RotoPaint tool, covering everything from soup to nuts.
Inside NukeX's Camera Tracker and Lens Distortion tools and how to use the data they collect in production.
Fun with Gizmo's! We'll create and customize a "film look" gizmo, learn a little python and even customize nuke's menus and toolbars!
A two part lesson on keying in nuke with a difficult shot. This lesson focuses on keylight and the mind set when approaching a difficult key. Part two will final the composite and go through assembling a key from multiple keyers.
Part two of our multi layered keying lesson. This lesson goes beyond theory and into practical production problem solving to final an above average difficulty shot.
Multi-pass compositing! The joys of controlling just about everything in the comp and how to maintain all those extra channels and layers properly and efficiently.
Multi-Multi-pass compositing! Way beyond just diffuse, reflection and specular passes. Full relighting and retexturing in nuke using normals and uv passes.
Super Pan N Tile Setup: Feature film level quality tiles supplied and ready for your imagination. This is a massive 18 tile, 300 degree, multi tiered system that will wow your friends and influence your employers.
Matte Painting 3D Extraction: How to bring life into you static, placid and all around flat image.
Final touches, grain matching and tips tricks featuring The Foundry's Furnace Core!