CREATING MATTE PAINTINGS IN VUE
*requires building objects from Cornucopia 3D
In this video tutorial you get over 100 minutes of training starting with the creation of a very detailed environment using EcoSystems in Vue Infinite! You will learn how to build the epic opening shots you see in the movies, and you will learn how to do it quickly and easily. You will see how carefully chosen objects, which can be easily found on content sites, can be used to create amazing scenes just like the pro studios. Get everything you need to create your own realistic EcoSystems in the same fashion!
But that’s only the beginning! Not only will you learn how to create the scenes you want in Vue Infinite, you will also learn the secrets to finishing shots just like the big studios. You will see how in compositing, using apps like Photoshop, After FX, Fusion, or in this case, TVPaint Animation, you can add an entirely new level of life to your 3D scenes with easy to follow techniques that take your art to the next level. Add signs, billboards, video screens and even camera motion to your shot without the need to do a huge 3D render!
TOPICS & TOOLS COVERED
- The material editor
- Choosing the right atmosphere
- Orientation and density in EcoSystems
- Scale and Presence in EcoSystems
- Layered compositing
- Painting 2D textures
- Matching items to the image in post
WHO IS THE TEACHER?
Terrence Walker is a published manga artist and animator having written the global manga World of Hartz for TOKYOPOP and responsible for the independent animated short films Shadowskin and Understansing Chaos, which changed the indie animation world forever. He also worked as a 3D digital artist, in Hollywood, for studios such as Sony, Warner Bros. and NBC/Universal on multiple television and feature film products.
Video is delivered by download in 1280 x 720, high definition, H.264, Quicktime format, playable on the free quicktime player from Apple. Includes TVPaint composite scene files and images for your study! Featuring over 100 minutes of training!