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Autodesk Smoke: Action – Part 3 - Image Objects & Schematic

Posted by Ultimate_Smoker*, 6 October 2011 1:00 am

 

 

Hi Everyone,

We're rolling ahead with the Action 3D compositor series.

Remember that if you have missed any videos or you would like to see what has been done, you can visit the TABLE OF CONTENTS for my blog.

If you want to watch the other available videos in the series you can click on the links below:
Part 01: Action: The Fundamentals
Part 02: Action: The Media List
Part 03: Action: Image Objects & Schematic
Part 04: Action: Compositing in 3D Space
Part 05: Action: Surfaces & Blend Modes
Part 06: Action: Photoshop PSD & Instancing
Part 07: Action: Focused Lighting & Animation 
Part 08: Action: Cameras & 3D Models
Part 09: 3D Tweaking & Rendering
Part 10: Versioning with Clip History

If you would like to attend the Official Autodesk Smoke Training Classes, you can visit the Autodesk Training Schedule for dates and your nearest authorised training centre.

Next up…

 

AUTODESK SMOKE:
The Action 3D Compositor
PART 3 - Image Objects & Schematic

For those of you who are new to Smoke or even the experienced artists, the Action 3D compositor is a very powerful tool. The purpose of these videos is to give you an introduction to the tools or a refresher for the experienced artists.

In part 3, we start creating image objects in the Action 3D compositor from the media list.

We also start looking at the fundamentals of the Action Schematic view, how the nodes work, how to connect them and more.

Remember that these videos teach you fundamentals to help you on your way or remind you of hidden gems!..

This video is best watched in full screen HD

The features shown are applicable to Smoke 2012 for Mac

In the next video, we will look at the relationship between image objects and the media list, the priority editor and learn more about 3D compositing in Smoke. CT: Not sure if this is what you mean?

Click any of the links below to view other parts in the series:
Part 01: Action: The Fundamentals
Part 02: Action: The Media List
Part 03: Action: Image Objects & Schematic
Part 04: Action: Compositing in 3D Space
Part 05: Action: Surfaces & Blend Modes
Part 06: Action: Photoshop PSD & Instancing
Part 07: Action: Focused Lighting & Animation 
Part 08: Action: Cameras & 3D Models
Part 09: 3D Tweaking & Rendering
Part 10: Versioning with Clip History

If you have any comments, questions or feedback, please leave them in the comments below the blog post.

Next week, we're going old school - Capturing from tape!  

Take care where ever you are and see you again really soon.

Signing Off…

Grant

1 Comment

Egzen

Posted 8 October 2011 7:30 am

Why more intro tutorials? More advanced tricks please!

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