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August, 2020


Babylon 5 Legacy Collection For LightWave3D

In an attempt to preserve some of the legacy of LightWave3D’s history in the 3D and VFX world and its contributions to some of the most icon sci-fi television shows of the last 30 years; is making an effort archive and make available to the LightWave3D community many fan built assets from the series Babylon 5 (B5). In this free to download collection, there are dozens of objects and scene set ups that will allow you to reproduce many wonderful visuals from the mid-1990s series. This is a greatRead More

3D Coat 4- Complete Bundle- Volumes #1 to #24

This Massive Collection of 3D Coat 4 video training contains 24 Volumes: 3D Coat V4-Volume #1-Getting Started3D Coat V4-Volume #2-Getting Started II3D Coat V4-Volume #3-UV Mapping I3D Coat V4-Volume #4-UV Mapping II3D Coat V4-Volume #5-Retopology I3D Coat V4-Volume #6-Retopology II3D Coat V4-Volume #7- Voxels I3D Coat V4-Volume #8- Voxels VI3D Coat V4-Volume #9- Voxels III3D Coat V4-Volume #10- Voxels IV3D Coat V4-Volume #11- Voxels V3D Coat V4-Volume #12- Voxels VI3D Coat V4-Volume #13-Dino Detailing I3D Coat V4-Volume #14-Auto-Retopology Secrets 3D Coat V4-Volume #15- Photo Painting & Masking Tools 3D CoatRead More

Practical Production Techniques – Volume 15

In this 15th volume of the Practical Production Techniques series, which contains approximately 1191 (that’s almost 20 hours!) minutes of video, multiple award-winning VFX artist and CG Supervisor Kelly “Kat” Myers takes on the daunting task of rescuing a model originally created in 3DS Max produced by a “Fivver” artist for the short film “Curse of the Phantom Shadow”. The original model being totally unacceptable for production, turning it from “zero to hero” so as to be ready for action in the film would require taking the original model andRead More

Not All Models Are Equal

Many years ago, a very green first time director wanted to make a swashbuckler action adventure film along the lines of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, “Star Wars,” and “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow”. He rolled up his sleeves, and shot an epic on 85% green screen. His solution to everything was, “We’ll fix it in post.” Not only did this become his standard answer, it became his mantra. And then one day, the dreaded post-production process started. The director I am an talking about is me, andRead More