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FXPHD – HOU215 Lighting & Rendering Explosions in Houdini & Nuke

FXPHD – HOU215 Lighting & Rendering Explosions in Houdini & Nuke

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Maya, Houdini and Nuke will be used in this course to explode a highly detailed truck inspired by the Mad Max: Fury Road Film.

For any FX TD, this course will be fantastic for learning how to destroy vehicles in 3D. Blockbuster Action movies today feature increasingly complex rigid body simulations and destruction VFX so this course will equip you to face the most detailed and intricate large scale simulations of pyrotechnic effects for vehicles. The 3D packages used will include Houdini and Maya which are the leading software for FX simulation and 3D animation. All learning materials will be included with the course including 3D scenes and a very detailed 3D truck model which will be used in dynamics simulation. This will be an action packed fun course full of pyrotechnic FX tips and tricks.

The course is taught by Liam Whitehouse who has been in the 3D and visual effects industry since 2003, graduating from Griffith University with a degree in Industrial Design. He has most recently worked as a Technical Director at Industrial Light and Magic where he completed work on Transformers 3. He has extensive experience using commercially available software for water simulations as well as experience using proprietary software available inside Lucasfilm for generating Rigid Body (Physbam), Gas Simulations (Plume) and particle simulations (Zeno). Liam has been recently teaching VFX at Griffith University Film School, and Nuke at Queensland College of Art in Brisbane Queensland.

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