Sorry it’s been a while since I’ve posted! I’ve been tucked away working on all sorts of things!
Here is the thing: As some of you may know, I’m currently working at Bad Robot on a certain film that I can’t really talk about. Believe me it is a dream come true, so I’ve really had to focus!
So it’s been tricky to explain what I’ve been up to and why, since I can’t really say exactly… yet. But I know I need to do a better job of keeping you guys updated!
My Intercept short film is coming along but because of the demands of my studio work I’ve been finishing the VFX at night and weekends and it’s been hard because I’m trying to do some bigger visual FX than usual.
So… I know I owe you guys some awesome stuff, as soon as things cool down in about a month. I will be making it up to you guys with some cool Free Plug-ins (3 almost finished), some insane tutorials and of course my Short film that I’m excited to release!
Believe me, I understand the frustration some of you are feeling, I get it! I’m putting everything I have into my work and I don’t want to just throw things together just to be done.
I started Video Copilot because I love creating visual effects and design and now that I’m in the middle of some incredible projects, I’ve been pushing myself ever more. My plan is to be able to share all of the challenges and solutions from this experience and continue to help everyone get better, including myself and I hope that will make Video Copilot be even better!
Super busy but I wanted to share some exciting news, Element 3D V2.2 is almost ready! We’ve added some very cool new features for compositing, rendering, workflow and design! Plus some improved C4D integration. There are at least 5 impressive new features in this update!
The poster graphic was also created entirely inside of Element 3D V2.2 using the Motion Design 2 pack!
Element 3D V2.2 will be a free upgrade from V2!
If you are still running V1.6, you can upgrade to V2 now and receive the new update when it is ready!
Needless to say we have been working hard, developing new plug-ins, I’m directing a new short film and working on some great new tutorials! Now I just need to finish them!
Using various roto and split-screen effects we transformed a two-man SWAT team into a full squad for this demo scene. Sam Loya reprises his role as the “guy who probably gets killed”, in this exciting industrial saga. The main goal of this scene was to film everything as if we had a dozen guys instead […]