What's in the course
Frustrated at the lack of good cg renders for compositors to practise on, I brought a project from a startup VFX company for everyone to be able to benefit from.
2 hours 30 minutes of video tutorials. Covering techniques i've used at MPC, Dneg & ILM.
You'll have access to all of my nuke scripts that you can use for reference as you're learning.
You'll learn how to make your own node to speed up our workflow when working with CG in Nuke
You'll learn the best way to match your cg grain to the plate, to add those final touches to your shot.
We'll cover how to use utility passes such as the normals pass and position in order to give yourself more control over the look of your shot.Get the course - £175
Adding photographic properties to your comp will allow you to create a realistic looking image. We'll cover different photographic properties and how to create them in Nuke
“"Josh's immense enthusiasm and ability to explain technically challenging compositing makes him an exceptional teacher. As well as helping me become a better compositor Josh has helped me gain a wider knowledge of the industry making it more employable. His honesty, professionalism, and knowledge have been an invaluable part of my education in Visual Effects."”Jack PondCompositor - The Mill
Yes! You can watch the course videos whenever and wherever you are on your computer/phone/tablet. All you need is an internet connection.
Of course! I’d love you to put your shot that you create in your showreel. The point of doing this course is to improve your skills to get the job that you want!
No. Elements from this course are not allowed to be used in another course or studies. If you would like to use the elements as part of a course send me an email and we’ll work something out.
The course is aimed at those who are beginners in Nuke to Junior compositors already in the industry.
Yes there is a company watermark in the bottom left corner as the project was purchased from an upcoming vfx company. This is standard practice in the VFX industry. See picture above
Josh Parks is a compositor working at BLuebolt London, previously ILM,Dneg & MPC. He’s also spoke at vfx conferences and universities