Knowing Maya and Nuke

Posted By: Azee On:

I recently started working on Maya and Nuke. I have previously used Cinema4D and Video Copilot plugins like Element 3D to import 3D assets to Adobe After Effects workflow. Now learning Maya is something totally different because I am learning modelling and 3d effects animations. It’s so exciting and interesting, I totally see myself working in depth with VFX. I want to complete my training in few months and be ready to create product designs, animated videos, AR/VR content, etc. This journey can be shortened, but I don’t have resources to speed up. I need to build a workstation again, I sold my previous personal build 8K editing PC back in Sweden due to weight. Now I use PC in labs to work on editing. But I am soon planning to put up a proper showreel on my website.

Nuke is interesting because it’s almost After Effects but not layered based editing interface, but a more node based interface and workflow. I am very new to Nuke but I see it’s very tidy software and good alternative to some other tools out there. I really like DaVinci Resolve for color grading due to interface and node based editing, I also use a few plugins for fine tuning in Premier Pro for some simple projects. But anyways, I will be posting more of my work here. This is just a funny image of me learning ABC levels of Maya.


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