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Destruction (22 Tutorials)

doctor strange

Doctor Strange VFX Breakdown and Loads of Tutorials

November 30, 2016

Doctor Strange is a visually awe-inspiring sci-fi film/fantasy film. We’ll take a look at some behind the scenes videos and several tutorials.

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Superhero Landing – Video Copilot Show

Superhero Landing – Video Copilot Show

July 29, 2016

The first Video Copilot show is up and running!  Andrew Kramer and the gang show us how to make an awesome Superhero landing.

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3ds Max – Destroying a Wooden Pier with Pulldownit 3ds Max

3ds Max – Destroying a Wooden Pier with Pulldownit 3ds Max

June 21, 2016

Use the new wood splintering options in the updated Pulldownit v3.8 to shatter a wooden pier.

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City Destruction, New from Video Copilot

City Destruction, New from Video Copilot

February 25, 2015

Andrew Kramer shows you how to create realistic city destruction right inside of After Effects with out third party plug-ins. As always, Andrew shares some super useful After Effects tips.

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Digieffects: Overexpose from Damage #digieffects

Digieffects: Overexpose from Damage #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how to create the focus hunt look when a camera is set to autofocus and autoexpose with Overexpose, one of the tools included in Damage.

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Burn Shader by Ben Watts

October 31, 2013

Ben Watts – “I thought it would be cool to create a multi-layered shader in Cinema 4D that could completely change the appearance of an object as it travels across it’s surface. I’ll also cover a basic fire sim setup and how to create ash with X-Particles.”

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video copilot 3d compositing tutorial

3D Composite Using Video Copilot Element 3D and Action Essentials II

August 1, 2012

Check out this great new example and tutorial by Andrew Kramer at Video Copilot: “Here is another fun example using Element 3D with live action footage and 3D Camera tracking… for the explosion, I used some Action Essentials 2 along with some colored lights to create the fire illumination.

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