Keeping up, well my 16/7 approach seems to work.
Congratualtions about your School of Motion success! I hope you had a great time over there.
Thanks a lot for the reply. Yes, Stu certainly knows his stuff. In 2004 I had joint the Pixelcorps, where he was also a member. We had roughly 3,000 members there from all over the world. All working on film or motion graphics and art itself. It was a breathtaking time to really fill my toolbox with all there is needed to know. (Well, the learning never stops.)
The idea was to share what we know with each other and grow in that way. I shared in three years my first 700 tutorials.
Later I took a classes even with Stu over at FXPHD about RED and Lenses and other themes.
Yes, of course, I have watched his presentation, I couldn’t wait to see his DVRebel approach to it.
When you have a moment and check out my JET series, you will find some ideas fo his DV Rebel book that was used to build my own dolly. By now, that DIY water-pipe dolly is replaced with a little Dana Dolly, of course, but back then, that made a few shots possible in my movies.
In other words, I have considerable respect for Stu’s work and his published ideas! I hope we can do movies at one point, as RedGiant did so far by themself.
I see great things coming out of the Maxon trio (RedShift, RedGiant, and Maxon’s Cinema 4D).
When you check out the “Integration” series of mine, it looks like a basic introductory course for the Compositing Application RedGiant has created. I’m playing with the idea to put ten parts on top of it with the tools we have now.
Nodes are wonderful and I guess once more people get the hang of it, we will see more and more content (production as well as education) about it.
All I node about (Funny)
Have a great day as well, stay safe, stay healthy.