In this tutorial I’ll take you through some lesser known tips and tricks for controlling 3D backgrounds inside Element 3D. These may not be exciting features but once you see how easy it is to setup a custom environment the possibilities explode! One of the main advantages of creating a physical environment map is that it moves more accurately with the camera and scene.
August 3rd, 2012
Free Star Wars Model Pack!
Happy Star Wars day! To celebrate our love for Star Wars we are giving away a sweet collection of 3D models that we built so you can learn to create your own visual effects! Our goal is to show you tips for Lighting, Rigging and animating so you can learn to create exciting visual FX too! These are […]
NAB Presentation: Star Wars Holograms
If you are going to be at NAB today or tomorrow, join me at the Adobe booth at 2PM! I’ll be talking about some things I learned while working on Star Wars: The Force Awakens helping to make Holograms, Graphics and Titles! Be sure to follow us on Twittter for updates throughout the week! I had a great […]
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! […]
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 […]