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Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 25, 2016
Duration
3h 18m
Description

In this course, we will discuss how to composite a teleportation shot using practical cloud tank effects footage. This will include creating the entire composite in Nuke consisting of distortion effects, practical fluid effects integration, and clean plate creation, as well as designing and rendering an additional needed effects element using After Effects' effects tool set. By the end of the course, you will have created a fun and exciting live-action teleportation effects shot via various elements including cloud tank effects footage. Software required: Nuke 8 and After Effects.

About the author
About the author

Sean has worked as a Senior Digital Compositor for feature film visual effects studios such as Sony Pictures Imageworks, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Technicolor, Rhythm & Hues, and many others.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Sean Amlaner. I am a Senior Digital Compositor, with experience in both 2D and 3D stereo compositing, as well as visual effects artist training. My current, or latest work projects include: hardcore, laser team, and a number of other feature-film projects. In this course, were are going to learn how to composite a teleportation shot using practical cloud tank effects footage. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course include learning how to: composite a shot using practical cloud tank effects footage, create needed-effects elements using After Effect's effects tool set, using elements to create distortion effects in Nuke, using various elements to create a final teleporation effect in Nuke, as well as create and prepare clean-plate footage. By the end of the training, you will have learned how to composite a teleportation shot, using practical cloud tank footage. I'm excited to work with digital tutors, and share these techniques with you. So, let's get started with the first lesson.