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Old 03-12-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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Which node should I choose?

Hello, I'm studying Nuke.
The task is: There is a picture of the paper. We have to show a piece of the sheet leaves the surface. As if the hand piece tear paper.

Which node should I choose?
I guess you need 3d model of a flat sheet and animation job. Or in Nuke is 3D transformation? Who knows - help please.
 
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I would do this in a 3d program like Maya or 3ds max
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