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Old 02-06-2013, 02:17 AM   #1
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CGWorkshops: Compositing for Feature Animation

Building from his experience on a number of animated feature films, Nick Deboar will cover how Nuke is used in modern feature animation pipelines. This course is aimed at compositors who want to know more about compositing 3D renders, and lighting artists wanting to composite their own shots.

If you would like to see a detailed week by week course outline, visit CGWorkshops and have a read.

Each lesson will include high quality 3D renders to work with. Students will finish the course with the confidence to composite on an Animated Feature, and maybe even teach a few new tricks!

The Personal Learning Edition of Nuke is the only software you will need to take this course, however we do have a time-limited full version of Nuke available to students of this workshop for a small additional cost.

Enroll today and learn from one of the best in the business.
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