Great video explaining the basics of color.
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New Short by PES!
Edit: not so new, just forgot to publish
Here is the list of prints and posters that I think are top notch for 2014. Some I own and the ones I don't, I want to own. Since a few prints from some private commision groups weren't done yet I couln't not post here. A certain Evil Dead print I had in mind to make the list.
Edit: I just realized I own all these prints. I have a problem
Ken Taylor's Alice in Wonderland print was part of the Mondo Nothing's Impossible Gallery event. There were some good piece in the show but for me this was the best of them all. The color is person are so vibrant and work very well together. AiW is one of my all time favorite disney movies so this print was a must have for my collection.
2014 I started changing my taste in prints. I have been getting into more and more art prints as appose to Movie prints. Eelus's Summoning on the right was a big reason. I was lucky enough to be in the amazing commission group that made this print possible. With the success of Summoning Eelus created Conjuring on the right. I had fast hand on the day of the Conjuring drop and scored one. Really excited to own this set. One of my priorities is to frame these two prints.
Now local artist to me Ben Eine! First print of his and it is so amazing in person. Printed on hand torn paper with a glossy finish. I may need to frame this in 2015.
12 Color hand pulled screen print with UV screen on 90# Coventry Rag
Edition of 50
Signed and Numbered
Hand torn Deckled edges.
Let me know what your top prints of 2014 were.
My favorite horror movie of all time remastered and a new score! Cant wait to see it!
Wonder who's job was lost in this oversight.
Anyone know if these have been printed? I want one!
I purchased both of these (screen prints) in a preview sale last week. I should be getting them soon and cant wait to see them in person. Making of videos below.
Yes, Eva Green is very attractive, but I dont see why this was banned. The United States is just to fragile I guess. The MPAA has no clue what they are doing.
Sideshow Collectibles does some awesome work! I am lucky to have a few of their pieces and they are amazing in person. My Boba Fett Mythos looks sooo good in person and the detail is top level. Some pictures below plus check out the two part video of behind the scenes of Sideshow Collectible.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Transforming Jamie Foxx into the Villainous Electro-Design FX-WIRED
For this (Below) shot from Valiant I was asked to add some lightning flashes in the clouds. Thought about it for a second and realized I am not the best animator so i turned to the curve tool.
Then I hit go in the CurveTool tab and let it calculate.
Added a keyer to my clouds background to create an alpha of the area I wanted to have effected.
I copied and pasted the CurveTool Intensity Data tab into an exposure node in all three channels RGB.
This was my result!
You can also change your keyer to get different results or add an expression to the exposure tool to make it brighter or darker.
Did a few shots for this short. After DI and sounds looking really nice!
Might do a quick tutorial on how I created the lightening with the curves tool.
Here is a very quick tip on how to set your threads in Nuke.
Type X and this window comes up:
Hit enter and you'll see this:
How ever many cores your system has, double that and that is the max threads you should enter. I've read that if you have a 12-core system you shouldn't set the max threads to 24. Some people say it actually slows Nuke down.