New course: <em>Geometry Tracking and Compositing in Nuke</em>

New course: Geometry Tracking and Compositing in Nuke

site news | November 25, 2020

Our new course, taught by Kirill Pleshakov, covers two shots requiring 3D tracking of tanks, utilizing KeenTools’ GeoTracker. The goal is to put CG hatches on the tanks, which had to be removed on production for safety reasons so that the drivers could see better while driving on set.

The course begins with an easy shot to lay the foundation for the second more complex shot. In addition to geotracking and layout with GeoTracker and PinTool, the course covers shading and compositing inside of Nuke, until the shots are fully completed. In addition, there will be additional layout and geotracking to clean up clean up items on set and fix visible fake parts left on set by the production team. For full details of the course, visit the course information page.

Kirill is a producer and VFX supervisor from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, currently working with the director Alexey Talizin in their full production cycle studio Movie Magic. Kirill has spent most of his career compositing and supervising at special effects studio Scandinava which is famous for creating miniature tanks in Panfilov’s 28 Men movie.

This and over 270 other courses are available as part of a monthly membership at fxphd.com, starting at $79/month.

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