Chilton Webb and Kat have been incredibly busy over the last couple of weeks putting on the finishing touches to UberCam 2.0. You can check out some of the new features by visiting this link which is the UberCam product page.
I haven’t seen Age of Ultron yet (yeah I know…), but Zoic Studios in Vancouver worked on several of the VFX sequences for the film. While they used Maya as the host application, based on what I am reading in this article there really isn’t much you wouldn’t be able to do on some of these shots using LightWave with a bit of work and a fair amount of calculation horse power. http://www.realflow.com/product/production/casestudies/40/
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This very concise, carefully designed course will get you up to speed using Realflow by identifying all of the critical elements necessary to produce usable fluid simulations. Lightwave connectivity plugin usage is also covered. For more information on this learning content, go here: https://www.liberty3d.com/the-realflow-quick-start-guide/
Well, it’s nearly the Fourth of July, and here in the United States, that means fireworks displays. It’s been a long time since dwburman has put out a tutorial, but here are a couple of old and free tutorials that he made that fit with the season. Fireworks part 1 – Particle Emitter Setup And, while he didn’t label it as part 2, it pretty much covers what part 2 would have covered: the sparkling bits. Making Particles Sparkle in LightWave 3D YouTube hosts some really good examples of fireworks made by otherRead More