Autodesk 3ds Max
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We recently visited The Vanity, a Toronto-based post production company and Flame customer specializing in TV commercials. We talked with Naveen Srivastava and Sean Cochrane, Flame artists, co-owners and partners about how they meet tight deadlines without compromising creativity.
Confirmed as one of the speakers is Matt Estela, the Lighting Lead from Animal Logic, Australia’s premier film, animation and visual effects studio. Fresh from working on “The Great Gatsby, Matt’s responsibilities cover the tricky terrain of combining complicated technical aspects with artistic and emotional notes. On a visually demanding film like “The Great Gatsby”, the complications are multiplied when you add in the elaborate world typical of Baz Luhrmann films.
Stage automation plays an important role in live entertainment events from music shows to Cirque du Soleil. What may come as a surprise is that thanks to a plug-in from Stage Technologies 3ds Max is playing an increasingly important role in designing, simulating, and visualizing live event automation.
This post covers all the new and improved features in the 2014 Release of 3dsmax.
A very short hot tip showing you how to use the pixel grid and snapping to keep your node trees tidy. A useful practical tip.
Check out some new Gameware presentations from the Gameware User Summit in Seoul Korea.
As promised here are the scene files from my Unfold presentation along with some brief descriptions.
During some 3ds Max 2014 installs the Backburner 2014 option may be missing.
SPECIAL EVENT: During this session, you will hear from two award winning Australian visual effects customers, Animal Logic and Fin Design, who will share their experiences in creating award winning high end effects for film and advertising using Autodesk creative software.
Two new videos added to the paint training collection! Learn to paint on the alpha channel using either Desktop Paint or ConnectFX Paint. Downloadable media included!