1. Beatitudes - Part 1


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    Dr. Michael Quicke Blessed are the poor in spirit... Blessed are those who mourn...

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    • Beatitudes - Part 3


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      Dr. Michael Quicke Blessed are the merciful... Blessed are the pure in heart...

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      • Ålö - Quicke


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        Informercial for the frontloader Quicke. Client: Ålö Directed by Jakob Arevärn Produced by Sofia Anner & Linus Andersson DOP Petrus Sjövik Post production Dreamfield Sound design Audio Alliance

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        • QuickE Tutorial: 2.5d Relighting in Nuke using RGB passes.


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          Relight a color pass in nuke by using a normals pass and point position pass generated from any 3D package. I'm using EXR images to encode both positive and negative values for normals and point positions, so make sure when you render from any 3D package to use 32 bit or floating point data. The color pass is simply a constant shader with a texture map applied. Nuke 6.2 should come standard with relight as a plugin. If you don't have the relight plugin for nuke download it from here: http://lowrez.marklowne.com/relightnuke.html also try here: http://www.nukepedia.com/gizmos/gizmo-downloads/other/relight/

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          • The Beatitudes - Part 4


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            Dr. Michael Quicke Blessed are the peacemakers... Blessed are the persecuted...

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            • Transfer UV onto a rigged and animated model in Maya.


              from Marko Vukovic / Added

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              In this QuickE Tutorial I cover how to transfer UV from two models with the same topology and retain all your animation plus rigging/skin data and delete history from the attribute transfer in Maya.

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