A long time ago, I made a tutorial on simulating reflections over a watery surface which I had to revisit recently. I cleaned the project up a bit and now you can use it as a template with your own video. Play around with the displacement map and you can get some interesting results.
February 25th, 2009
Apparently this blog show wouldn’t be complete without a shot of my Elevator Shaft. I don’t want to say too much yet, but a silly idea came up and we wanted to include a shot of an Elevator! So the episode is taking a little longer to complete. Why am I always waiting on Elevators!!!? This scene was created […]
All Nighter! UPDATED
Our new mystery Plug-in is not quite ready to launch! But almost there! I know, I know… Once I began working on the tutorial, I realized it needed a few new functions. Even though we are releasing a new free plug-in, it still has to be good! I guess I have a bit of a reputation for going over […]
Intercept update and a Look Ahead!
As I started work today I was overcome with a feeling of positive energy that real progress was underway. I got a chance to see major updates on some new plug-ins we’re developing and one high-flying model pack. Plus this week I had a chance to shoot a new Blog Show and make some big progress on my short film Intercept! I know there […]
Weekend Rendering with Element 3D!
Just having some fun with that rooftop texture! If you are in to rooftops, check out our free model pack and tutorial! Drift! #element3d A photo posted by Video Copilot (@andrewkramer) on Aug 22, 2016 at 6:11pm PDT For the reflection, I used the mirror reflection features to give it that classic car commercial glaze! […]