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Week 1 – Previz

Previsualization (also known as pre-rendering, preview or wireframe windows) is a function to visualise complex scenes in a movie before filming. It is also a concept in still photography. Previsualization is applied to techniques such as storyboarding, either in the form of charcoal drawn sketches or in digital technology in the planning and conceptualization of movie scenery make up.

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Pan To Tile Script

Nuke, Scripts, Vancouver Film School

Script: Pan to Tile This script converts your pan footage to stitched, tiled image projected onto a sphere so…

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Plate Cleanup

Nuke, Vancouver Film School

Plate Cleanup Assignment for Vancouver Film School Term 4. VFX by Momcilo Stojkovic Professor: Farhad Mohasseb – http://fmvfx.com/ Programs…

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Maya Scripts

Maya, Scripts, Uncategorized
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RGB lighting assignment

Maya, Nuke, Vancouver Film School

VFX RGB lighting assignment for Vancouver Film School. VFX by Momcilo Stojkovic Software used: 1. Maya – Render Passes…

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Nuke Scripts

Nuke, Scripts, Uncategorized
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After Effects Scripts

After Effects, Scripts
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Sign Replacement and Plate Cleanup

Maya, Nuke, Vancouver Film School

Sign Replacement Assignment for Vancouver Film School Term 3. VFX by Momcilo Stojkovic Programs used: 1. Maya – Shading…

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Spider Assignment

Maya, Nuke, Vancouver Film School

VFX Spider Assignment for Vancouver Film School Term 3. VFX by Momcilo Stojkovic SFX by Thomas Vo High res…

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Week 1 – Previz

Demo Reel, Maya, Vancouver Film School

Previsualization (also known as pre-rendering, preview or wireframe windows) is a function to visualise complex scenes in a movie…

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