This year's virtual conference may be live streamed for free, starting October 18th. Click through for more details.
This course, taught by Alvin Yap, is an in-depth look at creating an open ocean simulation in Houdini, rendered with Redshift and basic compositing in Nuke.
Philip Maddock leads a new course exploring production-level shot lighting techniques to create beautiful, realistic and faithful lighting.
Mike Seymour hosts episode two of The Pulse on Wednesday, September 9th.
Taught by Christoph Zapletal, this second part of a two part course aims to demystify Flame and provide a solid foundation in all the different areas in which Flame can be used.
Katie Morris leads our new course covering everything from spline types to manual roto to fully automated workflows, showcasing Silhouette and its comprehensive roto module.
This course, taught by Victor Perez, focuses on putting the theory discussed in the first course into practice.
Taught by Christoph Zapletal, this first part of a two part course aims to demystify Flame and provide a solid foundation in all the different areas in which Flame can be used.
Victor Perez is back with the first of a two part course that examines key concepts and fundamentals of photoreal compositing.
Phoenix FD is now available on the VPN and this new course covers a large water scene, using techniques to apply an art-directed stylized look on a stormy water simulation, including white splashes and foam, as a whale jumps out of and back into the ocean.