1. Street Disaster Scene VFX
    Matte painting in Photoshop, Projection Man in Cinema 4D, Compositing in After Effects.
    Photo Source: Water Street - New York (1978) Photography By THOMAS STRUTH
    TOOLS AND TUTORIALS FOR C4D & AE ► http://www.mustaphafersaoui.fr

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  2. This is updated version in May 2014.

    Among others work from The Great Gatsby, I Frankenstein, After Earth and personal pieces.

    Music: C2C Down The Road

    Concept at 03:06 is a training image created for Digital Tutors tutorial:


    Paintings and sketches from the ending section available for viewing on:

    Im currently available for freelance work

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  3. quick digital mattepainting breakdown of this painting:

    this is how i approach dmp shots.
    1.camera animation
    3.projection setup
    5.re-projecting and compositing

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  4. Join the Foundry Creatives to learn how you can use MODO, MARI, and NUKE without any extra tools to have a powerful, fast, and creative method for creating digital set extensions for green screen productions.

    Topics covered include:

    What is the Digital Matte Painting Workflow?
    What type of projects are best served by the Digital Matte Painting Workflow?
    What strengths of each package are utilized in the Digital Matte Painting Workflow?
    How might this help my VFX business?

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  5. Création d'un décor ( matte painting ) sous Photoshop - enseigné par Darren Johnson

    durée : 1h51

    plus d'infos sur e-tribart.fr

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