NitroFlare FXPHD - BKD237 Background Fundamentals Course

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    FXPHD - BKD237 Background Fundamentals Course
    English Video: h264,1280x720, 1920 kb/s | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 channels | 7.1GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Background Fundamentals is a required course at fxphd. The course is a TV-style program which forms the foundation of our curriculum at fxphd. The class covers a wide variety of topics which apply across all applications. Content of the show varies widely, but past episodes have covered previs, matte painting, 3D Tracking, DI workflow, HDR, and legal issues for freelancers.

    Class 1: Mike talks to Andrew Jackson, the vfx supervisor whose work includes Knowing, Happy Feet 2, 300 and the last blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road.

    Class 2: Mike talks to VFX supervisor Eric Durst about his role and relationship with other departments onset and how he physically prepares himself for his job.

    Class 3: Mike goes to Animal Logic to talk to animation guru Rob Coleman about managing his team of talented animators.

    Class 4: Part 1 of Mike going to ILM and sitting down with many supervisors, including Ben Snow, Marc Chu, Craig Hammock, François Lambert and Dennis Muren to talk about their career at ILM.

    Class 5: Part 2 of Mike's ILM visiting, talking to vfx supervisor Scott Farrar and John Knoll.

    Class 6: Mike talks to Chris Edwards, CEO of The Third Floor, about the world of previz and the unique challenges it faces.

    Class 7: Mike talks to Sheena Duggal, vfx supervisor at Marvel Entertainment, about her career as a female vfx supervisor.

    Class 8: Mike talks to multiple Oscar winning VFX supervisor Paul Franklin about managing Double Negative and the important role of a vfx producer.

    Class 9: Mike talks to Oscar winning VFX supervisor Alex Henning about being hands-on and the advancement in VR technology.

    Class 10: Mike interviews Sheldon Stopsack, VFX supervisor at MPC about their work done in Terminator Genysis and the adaptation of ACES in MPC's workflow.
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