Previs for Free(ish)
February 13 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PST
Previsualization, or previz, is the process of visualizing the angles and camera moves you’ll be employing ahead of the actual shoot. The problem with previz is that it’s traditionally cost a LOT OF MONEY. Even for simple projects. In this webinar we’ll look at using free tools (well, some of them are “free” with Adobe Creative Cloud) to create a professional previs, complete with character animation and accurate set detailing.
• Using Sketchup to create an accurate set layout
• Creating and animating virtual actors using Adobe Fuse and Mixamo
• Bringing everything into Unreal Engine to create the scene
• Light, block, and edit the scene together using Unreal’s Level Sequencer
February 13 @ 11:00 AM
Damian Allen is well known in the visual effects industry as a leading technique and technology consultant. Most recently he has served as the Chief Technology Officer and Compositing Supervisor for 3DRevolution, a 2D-3D conversion studio for tentpole Hollywood features. Allen has authored three books on the subject of visual effects: The Encyclopedia of Visual Effects (ISBN-13: 978-0321303349), Apple ProTraining Series Motion (ISBN-13: 978-0321278265, ISBN-13: 978-0321509109) and the Shake Quick Reference Guide (ISBN-13: 978-0321382467). In addition to consulting, Allen has worked as a compositor on multiple Hollywood features and broadcast projects. He lectures around the world on visual effects compositing theory and practical application.
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