Frozen II has been released to the world, and it’s been amazing to see everyone’s response to it. So many people have been reaching out on how thrilled they are with sequel. It was such a wonderful experience on this film Continue reading “Frozen II, CTN, and Trainee program”
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Here’s a sample breakdown of some of our past work from Zootopia.
For a little more enticement and look at some of our current work, here is our latest trailer from Frozen2 coming out in two weeks
This is the latest piece I was working on this week, “The Last Stand”.
I was going for a War of the Worlds feel.
I used Kitbash3d’s free Warzone kit and Vehicles: Tanks kit.
Here is the pure render with Redshift. I used Redshift’s fog to start building depth.
Here’s a timelapse of me working on the piece.
This was a fun little concept solely to start messing with Marvelous Designer. Granted it’s a very simple use of Marvelous. I was thinking of Raiders of the Lost Ark Pangrazio shot, a little of Hal from 2001, and Timeless show.
I used Maya, Marvelous Designer, Arnold Renderer, and Photoshop. Here’s a quick breakdown of my process.
I just finished up my Spring Semester Matte Painting class, and realized I didn’t post my Winter Semester Matte Painting class. My apologies to everyone from our Winter Semester. Here are selected works from both classes.
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The Summer semester starts July 19th!
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Simple little trick in Photoshop to view your values as greyscale using proof setup instead a hue/saturation technique I’ve been using for years.
I took the Kitbash Victorian set. Did a quick Redshift render with atmosphere and some lights. About 1-2 hours in Photoshop. Not perfect, but fun.
This is the render out of Maya in Redshift