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Compositing 3D Renders

Lesson 7 in Main Title Design

Lesson Information

Building upon the knowledge from the prior lesson, we’ll continue exploring the complex world of 3D software. Ash will show his process for integrating his 3D renders into Photoshop, to further accomplish the goals of his mind map and theme. Here, you will learn to create detailed production-ready frames using all of the 2D and 3D techniques discussed prior.

3D Assignment

Refine your six (6) 3D renders from the previous lesson and create final composites for the sequence with typography.

2D Assignment

Refine your twelve (12) frames from the previous lesson and create final composites for the sequence with typography.


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Hey Ash, I just want to ask a simple question, what's your way of taking care of bending with gradient in After Effects? I know other people uses noise, but maybe I thought you have a different way of treating it?

Hey Ash, I like your course a lot, but I´m missing several takes from your teaser to be explained in the course. Why is that? Even in the chapter 7 the thumbnail is very good looking but whithin the same chapter not explained how you did the texturing or even the animation in Marvelous Designer.
You are teasing with great content but not mentioning that the half of them are not including.

Hey Ash - there is easier way to put all render passes together without dragging each one individually... Once you open all of them you can go to File- scripts - load files into stack- then click add open files (or you can browse and select all files without opening them) and hit OK... That will load all your different passes into one new file... I know how you care about saving time and being efficient, so I thought this tip would helpful for you

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