Since starting this blog, I’m emailed a couple times a week by people asking for advice about the VFX industry. I’m usually asked:
How do I get started in the VFX industry? How can I become really good at VFX? What goes on my resume/reel? Will you look at it? Everyone says I have to learn Maya/Nuke/Houdini, is that true? Do I need a degree? Can I learn online? Where can I get started learning Blender/Nuke/Natron? (more…)
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December 16, 2019 4 Comments
In a pleasant turn of events, it just so happens that both
and Ton Roosendaal are here in Los Angeles for a few weeks, both working on different business-related things. With Andrew Price now a local resident, we all couldn’t resist getting together at a local Colin Levy for a fun evening. Taiwanese restaurant (more…)
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October 8, 2017
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is a rare breed in Hollywood – a director who does his own visual effects. In fact, he’s a one-man film studio! Have a look at David F. Sandberg and prepare for a his Youtube channel . Seriously, I’m not kidding. It’s some of the most inspirational behind-the-scenes clips I’ve ever seen. crash course in filmmaking (more…)