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.
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.
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.
Looking to improve your Nuke skills and advance your career? Join Courtney Pryce – a freelance Nuke artist – as he provides insight on how to become a Senior Compositor. Webinar tomorrow!