Lowepost

Administrators
  • Content Count

    674
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

627 Excellent

About Lowepost

  • Rank
    Official account
  • Birthday 04/05/2017

Personal Information

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

4,027 profile views
  1. In this course, instructor Nick Harauz will show you how to bring a Mixamo character into Cinema 4D and customize the animation. We'll look at decorating the character with Cinema 4D materials and then creating a grid floor pattern with the help of a free tool called JSplacement. We'll create an object buffer to have seperate control over our floor and man in After Effects. We'll then finalize our piece by adding HUD overlays and some simple shape animation in both 2D and 3D to finalize the layout. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files
  2. In this course, Nick Harauz will take you through using the Cloner Object inside of Cinema 4D to create a seamless Hexagon Floor and animated Hero Objects. After rendering our Cinema 4D project, we will bring this into After Effects and use 2D shapes, Replicators and Glow to add stylistic accents to the design. We will also explore using an After Effects Glow versus the Glow from Maxon One's VFX Suite. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and ha
  3. In this motion design course, we'll look at creating and distorting a stylized futuristic HUD Earth. We'll begin this course in Cinema 4D where we'll create the earth using an earth texture and atom array, we'll add additional elements to the bottom of our earth and render to After Effects where we'll stylize and add our distortion effects. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and has previously been a master trainer for Red Giant, Cineversity f
  4. In this motion design course, instructor Nick Harauz will take you through creating a HUD landscape with the help of Cinema 4D and After Effects. We'll start off by creating a loopable rotating landscape in Cinema 4D through a non-traditional method with Volumes. We'll then export our landscape as an AEC file and then stylize inside of After Effects using a variety of Effects. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and has previously been a master
  5. Y ou can achieve excellent results using just the software controls, but the fastest and most accurate way to color grade is with a color control surface. It’s the heart of any professional color grading suite, and here is why. CREATIVE ADVANTAGE Every aspect of the image can be adjusted with a control surface, including exposure, hue, saturation and secondaries. It has wheels, knobs, dials and buttons for everything and you can accurately fine tune any parameter. One of the most important benefits is that you can use both hands to adjust several controls simultaneously, instea
  6. Hi Carl. Thanks for letting us know. Not sure what happened but new files are uploaded. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  7. Learn the techniques that makes you master screen replacements, regardless of the difficulty level of the shot. Lee Lanier will walk you through different approaches on a several scree shots with different challenges such as, hidden corners, screens that are our of focus, motion blur issues, hands that are obscuring the screens, missing reflections in the screen and much more. Learn to solve the most complex shots inside of DaVinci Resolve Fusion. The footage and assets used in this course is available for download. Download project files About the instructor Lee La
  8. Hi Kamil. Thanks for reaching out about this, the old project files are uploaded on the link.
  9. W alter Volpatto is one of Hollywood's most successful colorist and some of his movies include Green Book, Dunkirk, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The Hateful Eight. He primarily works in DaVinci Resolve and uses a fixed node structure that he has developed over the years. Lowepost visited Walter at Company 3 LA with our camera team to learn in detail about how he builds his grades. Download his node tree (*.drx) here.
  10. DaVinci Resolve 17 is a major new release with a massive new DaVinci wide gamut color space that enables even higher quality image processing. This course is a must-see for all professional colorists, and the new color management solution will make you create better looking images! The course is thought by the world-renowned video- and workflow-specialist and author Lee Lanier. The first version of this course was recorded a year ago, and has been updated with many new lessons and theory and examples are added to the exisiting ones. In this training series you will learn to work w
  11. Adobe After Effects is the industry standard for visual effects and used by millions of users all over the world. This course will teach you how to create subtle realistic effects that are needed on every production, and no prior knowledge of After Effects is required. With 37 easy-to-follow video lessons by master trainer Lee Lanier, you will learn about everything you need to get started with a career as a visual effects artist. The footage and projects files are available for download so that you can easily follow along. Download project files About the instruct
  12. The course is about the art and craft of Multiplaning. Multiplaning lets you to take a 2D image or video, cut it apart and arrange it in 3D space. This creates a sense of parallex, perspective change and life when combining it with a 3D camera that moves through the scene. Multiplane is sometimes called 2.5D because you have 2D card arranged in 3D space. The footage used in this course is available for download. Download project files About the instructor Lee Lanier has created visual effects on numerous features films for Walt Disney Studios and PDI/DreamWorks. L
  13. In this masterclass in color grading, Hollywood colorist Chris Jacobson invites you into his color suite to show you every detail about his color work with the popular tv-show SUITS. Chris will take you through the full technical process in DaVinci Resolve from setting up the project to final delivery, including building the node tree, creating the look and shaping the final images. About the instructor Chris Jacobson is one of the most successful colorists in Hollywood and is the colorist behind big features and tv-shows as Mulholland Drive, SUITS, Alpha Dog and Covert Affairs
  14. In this course, our instructor Lee Lanier discusses the 3D environment provided by Resolve Fusion. He demonstrates how to set up a basic 3D scene, add and import models, assign materials and textures, add and adjust lights, and how to combine to the 3D scene with 2D parts of the Fusion flow. The footage and assets used in this course are available for download so that you can easily follow along. Download project files About the instructor Lee Lanier has created visual effects on numerous features films for Walt Disney Studios and PDI/DreamWorks. Lee is a world-renow
  15. Normally, you would want to balance in one of the first nodes in the chain, then secondary techniques and run everything through the curve.