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Re-creating the Lost Smoke Monster

Re-creating the Lost Smoke Monster

December 19, 2014

In this Episode of Red Giant TV, Filmmaker/Motion Graphics artist Seth Worley will show you how to re-create the look of the Lost Smoke monster. Covered: Compositing, Masking, 3D tracking, Color Correction and some really cool Trapcode Particular techniques.

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Digieffects: Sparks from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Sparks from Phenomena #digieffects

November 6, 2014

Learn how to cast sparks from an object in your footage with the emitter style effect Sparks, one of the tools included in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: Snowstorm from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Snowstorm from Phenomena #digieffects

November 6, 2014

Learn how to add falling snow to your footage using Snowstorm, one of the tools included in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: Smoke from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Smoke from Phenomena #digieffects

November 6, 2014

Learn how to create a billowing smoke effect with Smoke, one of the tools included in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: Rainfall from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Rainfall from Phenomena #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how to make it rain using the particle system Rainfall, one of the tools in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: Muzzle Flash from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Muzzle Flash from Phenomena #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how easy it is to add a muzzle flash to a weapon with Muzzle Flash, one of the tools included in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: FogFactory from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: FogFactory from Phenomena #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how to create a flowing fog effect that offers depth of field simulation with FogFactory, one of the tools included in Phenomena.

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Digieffects: Fireworks from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Fireworks from Phenomena #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how to use Fireworks, one of the tools included in Phenomena, to simulate a large-scale fireworks display.

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Digieffects: Fire from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Fire from Phenomena #digieffects

November 3, 2014

Learn how Fire, one of the tools included in Phenomena, can simulate a match strike, campfire or even a blazing inferno.

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Digieffects: Fairy Dust from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Fairy Dust from Phenomena #digieffects

November 2, 2014

Learn how to use Fairy Dust, one of the tools included in Phenomena, to create moving, glowing fireflies in a scene.

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Digieffects: Bubbles from Phenomena #digieffects

Digieffects: Bubbles from Phenomena #digieffects

October 30, 2014

Learn how to use Bubbles, one of the 11 tools included in Phenomena, to create a myriad of different bubbles, from a fizzy drink to floating in air.

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Smoke vs. Fire in CINEMA 4D

Smoke vs. Fire in CINEMA 4D

October 21, 2014

Ben Watts uses a program from Jawset called Turbulence FD for CINEMA 4D to create a basic, but interesting, particle collision simulation. He also walks viewers through a dynamic lighting setup in CINEMA 4D, goes throgh color grading and talks about some benefits of the 32-bit workflow.

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Creating a Tornado with RealFlow and FumeFx

Creating a Tornado with RealFlow and FumeFx

October 21, 2014

Using Next Limit RealFlow and SitniSati FumeFx for Autodesk 3ds Max you can create a twister of this very nature! Watch this tutorial to see how!

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White Walker Eye Animation – Game of Thrones

White Walker Eye Animation – Game of Thrones

October 7, 2014

This isn’t so much a tutorial as it is a walkthrough of the steps you can take to recreate the eyes of a White Walker from Game of Thrones!

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Back to the Future Time Slice Effect #tbt

September 25, 2014

Shanks FX and PBS Digital Studios recreates the lightning effect with practical effects, and composited them in After Effects. I had no idea they did the effects this way. Genius!

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