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Midweek Motivations: VFX Explained Episode 01

VFX Explained

Check out the new YouTube show, VFX Explained – Diving into the Hollywood Effects, from Host and Creator Ignace Aleya. Ignace has been putting up VFX videos and some fantastic Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects tutorials on his YouTube channel for a few years.

VFX Explained – Diving into the Hollywood Effects | Episode 01

In the first episode, Ignace and Nzyoev discuss and explain how some Hollywood effects were created in recent films. For instance, in this week’s episode they talk about:

  • Gemini Man (2019)
  • Godzilla: King Of Monsters (2019)
  • Avengers: Endgame (2019)
  • Lion King (2019)
  • Aquaman (2018)

In any case, don’t forget to subscribe to their channel so you don’t miss future episodes and Premiere Pro and After Effects tutorials.

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