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Creating a Wall VFX in Blender, Photoshop and Blackmagic Fusion

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Exptending the shot and creating a new background using 3D and Mattepainting is a simple technique that gives amazing opportunities to create new elements and place in the shot. Using Blackmagic Fusion, fSpy, Blender and Adobe Photoshop, you can freely create graphics that you can successfully integrate into the video.

What will you learn?
From the course you will learn step by step how to create a simple 3D model in Blender. Then we will light and render our scene. After that, we will apply textures using tools available in Adobe Photoshop. When everything is ready, we will move everything to Blackmagic Fusion where we will merge all together.
At the very end of the course we will insert trees on both left and right sides of the image using only the elements from the shot.

In the course you will find:

  • 2D tracking in Blackmagic Fusion
  • How to set camera position in 3D Environment using fSpy
  • 3D modeling in Blender
  • Lighting and rendering in Blender
  • Applying textures in Adobe Photoshop
  • Compositing render with the shot
  • Copy and cut elements from the movie without using additional textures
  • Calculator for calculating overscan
  • And many others

Where can you use the knowledge of this course?
Everything you will learn from this course you can use not only in the Blackmagic Fusion but also in Davinci Resolve in Fusion tab.

Introduction 02:04
Preparing Fusion for Work and 2D tracking 02:46
Setting camera in fSpy 3D space 04:54
Modeling in Blender 03:07
Lighting and rendering 11:27
Adding textures in Adobe Photoshop part 1 10:38
Adding textures in Adobe Photoshop part 2 08:12
Exporting from Photoshop and importing to Fusion 07:39
Merging composition with shot in Blackmagic Fusion 09:39
Final Touches 07:13

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Tomasz Głowiak

Tomasz Głowiak is an Freelance artist specialising in Mattepainting, Compositing and also in Desktop Publishing


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