LightWave is not dead.
LightWave3D first appeared in 1990 on the Video Toaster 1.0 for the Amiga. That means it’s 27 years old as “LightWave3D” but its origins go back a few years prior. Yes, it’s old. Being old doesn’t mean obsolete. Old doesn’t mean useless. Old doesn’t mean dead. It does mean several things. Mature, battle hardened, but more so than anything; legendary. It’s a survivor of over 2.5 decades of massive changes in the industry, having spent much of the first 10 years of that time leading the way in TV visual effects with the ground breaking work done by Ron Thornton andRead More
Kat’s Disco In-Fur-No Bundle for TurbulenceFD has been expanded!
*Newly expanded in June 2017!* The Disco In-Fur-No bundle is now better than ever! It’s been expanded to include three more videos not previously included in this bundle for a total of 7, kick ass, tutorials for TurbulenceFD for LightWave3D. This bundle now includes the top-selling and highly acclaimed titles: Introduction to Turbulence FD Advanced Concepts and Projects: Fireball Advanced Concepts and Projects: Atmospherics The Nuclear Weapons Pack (includes a training video, and of course the dozens of pre-built nuclear weapons detonations made with TurbulenceFD and LightWave3D) Advanced Concepts and Projects – Clouds Practical ProductionRead More