Nuke 13.0 is here and comes with a new machine learning framework, implementation of a Hydra-powered 3D viewport, and extended SyncReview. Read more in our blog post.
Using Modo and want to learn more? Foundry recently decided to release all of their 15 paid Modo tutorials for free!
#Katana 4.0 is here! Featuring game-changing enhancements and features, Katana 4.0 ships with a new Artist Focused Lighting Tools. Create and edit lights directly in Katana’s viewer with elegance, speed, and accuracy in a ground-breaking feat of UX. #Foundry
Tony Lyons will briefly introduce the Nuke Survival Toolkit, as well as demonstrate a handful of tools found in the menu that would help a compositor overcome some typical challenges found in production.
In one of the webinars during 3Dexpo next week, Hydralab will let us in on some exciting details on one of their latest feature films: Dreambuilders.
Josh Parks, Senior Compositor at Important Looking Pirates, will dive into some of the fundamental Nuke skills and tricks that he wishes he knew when starting as a compositor in the VFX industry.
Join Foundry for the unique opportunity to sit down with three leading CG and Lighting Supervisors to explore the craft of digital cinematography.
Covid-19 has, in a short time, reshaped our work landscape. With this new era of remote work, many are now pushing to adopt digital design transformation. In the past, these changes to the design workflow were met with stiff opposition. But now, those that would keep the status quo, are simply running out of excuses. But where do you start?
BYOC (Bring Your Own Comp) is a Zoom event and meetup where Foundry joins forces with London ACM Siggraph and professional compositors like Debbi Coleman, Victor Perez, Saruta Pisanwalerd, and Hugo Guerra review, comment and give you personal feedback.
In order for the footwear businesses to meet the challenge of dramatically decreasing carbon dioxide emissions and reaching neutral status, new technologies and workflows must be deployed. Enter: digital product creation. In this Foundry webinar you hear what current challenges the industry faces, solutions to achieve sustainability goals, and a live demonstration of digital product creation.
Foundry has recently released Modo in version 14.1. See more about the new features and changes in this update on the product page in our web shop.
Foundry’s look development tool Katana faces an interesting upcoming release with Katana 4.0 before long.
Foundry has released Nuke 12.2 with a number of new features and improvements. The perhaps biggest news is the ability for artists to “roam” licenses for Nuke, NukeX, Nuke Studio, and Hiero.