And here we go, the brandnew trailer to my scify movie “BACK TO THE ROOTS” (www.the-roots.at). Turn on “captions” for the english subtitles:
There are just a few vfx shots in there (20, can you find them all? Including the ugly mistakes?) because I am currently the only vfx person working on this movie. Great No time for nothing, hence the mistakes in the trailer ;D
When more VFX Shots are done, there will be another trailer with awesome matte paintings, awesome landscapes and… well it will just be awesome
Everyone likes pictures, don’t *you*? A nice change to the tutorials on this site.
More information about my scify movie “BACK TO THE ROOTS” (fall 2013). Click on “read the rest of this entry” to read all about the setting and the plot:
This is not one of my own tutorials, but Phil Strahl describes an important topic within Maya: simple projections, how to deal with focal lengths and how to line up 3d geometry with its photographed equivalent.
An overview of how to capture HDR images that are production-ready for CG.
In this tutorial I will show you how to track an object in your camera shot (in my case a human head) with PFTRack. It does not matter if your camera is moving or stationary, because the steps for object tracking stay the same. However, with a moving camera you will have to track your camera movement on top of tracking your geometry if you need to place other objects in the scene.