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  • New compositing tutorial for sale on VFXHaiku.com!

    New compositing tutorial for sale on VFXHaiku.com!

    I’ve finally decided to try and find a way to “make money on the internet”. I’ve taken some time over the last few weeks to put together an full feature length tutorial on advanced multi-pass compositing. It’s available on my tutorial site @ VFXHaiku.com. I’m going to give this a go, and see if there’s any demand for this kind of thing… I’ve been doing some light promotion of the site, without trying to seem to spammy, but it’s hard walking that fine line…

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  • Memories of Unicron

    Memories of Unicron

    UPDATE: I’ve created a feature length tutorial on the creation of this image. You can buy it on http://vfxhaiku.com. I’ve been meaning to play around with Cinema 4D a little more this year, and finally get down and learn it. I got a copy of Cinema 4D R11.5, and have been looking over Nick’s cool tutorials at greyscalegorilla.com and that got the basics down. I love the workflow and way the app is structured, and the new GI and Mograph […]

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  • VFXhaiku.com


    If you’ve been a long time visitor of this site, you’ll know that i’ve been working in VFX for quite a long time. I spent the last 7 years at Frantic Films as a 2D compositor working on over 25 Hollywood movies. I’ve finally decided to take a break from production, and I’ve started up a 2D-centric Visual Effects tutorial site called VFXHaiku.com VFXHaiku.com is dedicated to bringing some of the esoteric concepts of working in high end visual effects […]

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  • Photoshop Workflow Tutorial!

    Photoshop Workflow Tutorial!

    UPDATE #2: For people coming from Photoshopuser.com, i’ve 2 more photoshop tutorials up at my tutorial site @ http://vfxhaiku.com. The tutorials are about how to work non-destructively in Photoshop and how to use the Clone tool in Photoshop. I hope you enjoy them! UPDATE: I just want to welcome all the new viewers to my site! This tutorial was chosen as the winner for the ‘So you think you can teach Photoshop‘ contest held by the National Association of Photoshop […]

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  • Double Rainbow: Photoshop Screen-cast

    Double Rainbow: Photoshop Screen-cast

    At one of Sarah’s recent soccer games, there was a beautiful double rainbow just beside the field where she was playing. I wanted to get a really nice shot of it, but I only had my LX3 and not my AE-1 with my fisheye lens… So, I thought this would be a good a time as any to get into the world of HDR Panoramas! Without a tripod, I set my LX3 to take bracketed exposures of as much of […]

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  • Michelle’s Star: Photoshop Screen-cast

    Michelle’s Star: Photoshop Screen-cast

    While I wasn’t buzzing around shooting things at 300fps on Beach day, I managed to take a few pictures a few minutes before we all packed up. One of my friends brought this AWESOME inflatable rainbow star. This is the best shot of the bunch, but the original photo needed some more punch to make it more interesting. So, I decided to screen-cast the entire 2-hour photoshop session, and speed it up into this 4:25 video. It’s a little quick […]

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