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January, 2014


35% off all Kat Videos! Limited Time Only!

Kelly “Kat” Myers videos here on are now 35% off when you use this coupon: KittyKoupon This sale ends on Monday, January 27th, 2014 so act now and grab these tutorials at this amazing discount while you can!         Nuclear Power PlantA Nuclear Power Plant + Water waste treatment facility from the SyFy Channel production “FireBall” (2008) in LightWave3D 2015.3 format. Comes with several buildings, cooling tower, and reactor core.Price: $17.99Advanced TurbulenceFD for LightWave – Rising From the Fog [KAT]Now that TurbulenceFD is a part ofRead More

TFD Advanced Concepts and Projects: Atmospherics

Kat is ¬†back with another TFD Advanced Concepts and Projects Video! This time he discusses various atmospheric lighting effects that you can do using TFD for LightWave to produce things like helicopter down draft from its blades, nightclub effects such as discoballs and ultra realistic looking lasers! (Kats love lasers!) One of the hardest effects in LightWave to produce accurately. This video expands on concepts covered in Kat’s previous TFD for LightWave Videos available here on, but users who have limited experience with TFD who are looking to produceRead More

Chronosculpt Review and Demonstration

Since the Lightwave 3D Group recently made available a trial version of Chronosculpt, I decided to give it a try. In this video, I give some constructive criticism about Chronosculpt, then show how it can be used to eliminate the need to create complex rigs in 3d applications and give you total control over deformations at the same time. Don’t think it is just a tool for “tweaking” things, it can also be used as the primary tool for deformation-based motion. Check out the Chronosculpt info page

New Nevron Demo Video

Think the Kinect’s face tracking with NevronMotion leaves something to be desired? I thought so too… which is why I made this video. I demonstrate some workflow ideas and explain how someone can get very high quality results out of face tracking. Consider this just a tiny preview of what to expect from the upcoming NevronMotion tutorials for (Link to video)