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Photoshop Training: Part 1 Color of the Year Tutorial
Photoshop Training: Part 1 Color of the Year Tutorial

In this two-part tutorial, you will learn how to match colors in Photoshop so you can create designs that are in the exact hue of Pantone's Color of the Year. This is part one!

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Let's Build a Workstation PC! Part Three
Let's Build a Workstation PC! Part Three

The third in our series on building a workstation PC from scratch. In this edition we start putting the parts together to build the PC!

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Let's Build a New Workstation PC! Part 2
Let's Build a New Workstation PC! Part 2

In part 2 of gToon's workstation build, he goes into the parts that he has chosen and why. Be sure to view the picture gallery and follow the links for more info.

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Lets Build a New Workstation PC!
Lets Build a New Workstation PC!

gToon is building a new media workstation PC! In part 1 of a 4 part series, he shares his ideas about research and decision making that will affect the parts he chooses to build a new, mega-rendering media workstation PC!

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Creating a 3D Logo in Cinema 4D
Creating a 3D Logo in Cinema 4D

This tutorial will show you how to create a 3D logo in Cinema 4D. I will go over a primitive, deformer, a little mo text and lighting and camera work. Finishing with some renders. For more Motion Graphics Training go to mographtutors.com

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Cinema 4D Quick Tip: Physical Sky Object Atmosphere
Cinema 4D Quick Tip: Physical Sky Object Atmosphere

The Pixel Lab is a great resource for Cinema 4D tutorials, models and other resources. Here is a tutorial from their Vimeo channel on how to create better renders.

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Create a Unique Holiday Card with an Adobe Stock Template
Create a Unique Holiday Card with an Adobe Stock Template

Adobe is giving away some stock images along with a smart tutorial to create your own Christmas cards. Still note to late to make your own cards!

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Learn Five editing basics in Premiere Pro CC
Learn Five editing basics in Premiere Pro CC

From import to export and everything in between, these five basic tasks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC will help you start making great videos.

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Step by Step: Locked and Loaded from Motionographer
Step by Step: Locked and Loaded from Motionographer

Motionographer.com's monthly series "Step by Step" features artist David Brodeur (known as "Locked and Loaded") for a great Cinema 4D tutorial. Article originally posted by Joe Donaldson

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View iClone Work in Vive with Unity 3D
View iClone Work in Vive with Unity 3D

M.D. McCallum share's his video tips for getting work done in iClone into VR (Vive) via Unity 3D game engine.

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Make That Prop Your Own, Part 2 - Adding a Custom Texture
Make That Prop Your Own, Part 2 - Adding a Custom Texture

In my previous article "Make That Prop Your Own - Creating a Custom Texture" I discussed how to modify a prop texture so it looked exactly the way you want.

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Photoshop 3D Character Compositing with Indigo Lighting
Photoshop 3D Character Compositing with Indigo Lighting

When artists think of compositing images, many times we think of 2D compositing which involves layering static images in Photoshop to create believable scenes.

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iClone VR 360 Tutorial
iClone VR 360 Tutorial

John Martin, from Reallusion.com, shares a new tutorial on using iClone for VR 360. Be sure to follow the links to Reallusion for more info.

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Rendering Professional 3D Characters in Minutes

Creating a professional 3D character can often take time and effort. Are we right?

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Game development tips: improve level loading in Unity
Game development tips: improve level loading in Unity

Level loading in games can be a very tricky thing sometimes. Here I share a couple of tips that can help you with that.

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 3D Compositing a Futuristic Sci-fi City using Reallusion's iClone 6.
3D Compositing a Futuristic Sci-fi City using Reallusion's iClone 6.

Director Adolf Navarro from Antareus Ltd, shows us how to use iClone 6 Pro and PopVideo 3 to create a Sci-Fi 3D compositing shot, mixing masked real footage with CGI elements on the same set.

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Slice, cut, displace with cinema 4D - tutorial
Slice, cut, displace with cinema 4D - tutorial

A great Cinema 4D tutorial from mmrene on Vimeo.com. His channel is filled with great info and tutorials.

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Compositing Real Actors into a 3D Virtual Set
Compositing Real Actors into a 3D Virtual Set

This tutorial will demonstrate a couple of useful tips for getting the most realistic and visually appealing results when working with popVideo and iClone, whether it be for educational or commercial purposes.

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3 Point Light from iClone Reallusion
3 Point Light from iClone Reallusion

3-point lighting is an essential concept to be familiar with when dealing with any sort of lighting that involves a subject in a scene.

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Make a Simple Animation in Open Toonz
Make a Simple Animation in Open Toonz

From the computerartclub YouTube channel, "Make a Simple Animation in Open Toonz". Be sure to follow the link to computerartclub to see more of their excellent Open Toonz tutorials

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iClone Character Creator Update 1.4 - Custom Morphs
iClone Character Creator Update 1.4 - Custom Morphs

Character Creator (CC) is a free add-on tool for iClone 6 that can create realistic looking, animation ready 3D human models. Our resident iClone guru, M.D. McCallum, takes us through the newest update for this great creation tool.

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Maya Tips & Tricks: Subdivision Levels
Maya Tips & Tricks: Subdivision Levels

In Modulok's ongoing column, "Maya Tips & Tricks", he looks at how to wrangle Subdivision Levels.

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Tutorial: Create a Christmas Elf With Character Creator
Tutorial: Create a Christmas Elf With Character Creator

M.D. McCallum brings us another Character Creator tutorial. This time he's got some of the Christmas spirit going and shows us how to create an Elf!

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Game Development Tips: Fast Level Design
Game Development Tips: Fast Level Design

When working on level design, it is a good idea to keep things simple and make sure you can test the levels quickly. I've seen people making the mistake of "constructing" the levels rather than "designing" them, because they start with the idea of making the levels look as good as possible, not minding about design and gameplay in general.

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Autodesk Maya Tips & Tricks - Manipulators
Autodesk Maya Tips & Tricks - Manipulators

Kurt Foster (modulok)--staff writer at Renderosity.com--shares his tips on how to make working with Autodesk's Maya a lot easier.

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