In this detailed tutorial we will combine 2 static shots into a single fluid camera animation from the surface to an underground garage. We’ll use camera projection techniques and various textures to extend the scenery.
October 5th, 2009
Updating Drivers for Element 3D
Sometimes fixing bugs can take a little longer than expected and sometimes a solution just shows up! Nvidia recently released the new 10 Series graphics card and the specs are pretty insane! As always, we like to make sure our plug-ins like Element 3D runs smoothly. Sometimes we find small issues and rework the plug-in, and […]
A Hero Will Rise on the Video Copilot Show!
UPDATE: Just want to let you know we are exporting and doing some final quality control and hope to upload soon! I waited all day to make this graphic so that I would be sure the episode is ready! So far I’ve only slept about 5 hours in the last 3 days trying to get […]
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! […]
An Unstoppable Force!
It’s been a crazy year! Getting an opportunity to work on Star Wars and learning how many days you can survive with no sleep. It’s been an incredible honor to work with J.J. Abrams and the amazingly talented people at Bad Robot and ILM. To see the love an dedication that went into this film […]