VFX Techniques: Creating Explosions with 3D Layers in Maya
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Visual effects (VFX) can add destruction to a scene without causing real-world damage. Learn to destroy a building with a fireball, using an After Effects 3D environment, Maya dynamic simulations, and matte painted elements. Author Lee Lanier shows you how to convert video footage into 3D layers, adapt stock footage effects, add and improve Maya particle and rigid body renders, and integrate static artwork to inflict realistic damage to an old-world castle.
Topics include: Download Links : VFXTechniquesCreatingExplosions3DLayers.part1.rar
Stabilizing and relighting video footage
Constructing a 3D environment in After Effects
Incorporating stock footage effects, such as fireballs
Fine-tuning CG particle renders
Layering CG debris simulations
Incorporating matte painted elements
Animating a 3D camera in After Effects
Color grading video, CG renders, and static artwork
Adding flares, grain, and motion blur
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