Collection of artworks and Nuke Tutorials by Huey Yeng
Apology for the lack of meaningful updates to the site. My current full-time job leaves me with very little free time for the past few months but fret not as the site is regularly maintained on the backend.
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A preview of my upcoming timelapse drawing series where I’ll be narrating the process of illustrating the artwork from nothing to something! Technically it is meant for me to sharpen my dull drawing skills as I’m working full time as 3D Effects artist for a full CGI feature film that I can’t disclose due to NDA.
- 31 August 2016 – Time for the long awaited Practical Compositing Fundamentals for 3DCG project in Nuke!
- 11 July 2016 – Did I missed out June updates? Yes indeed. The next update will cover the typical compositing scenario in a actual production using Nuke and Vray so stay tuned!
- 05 May 2016 – Matching Colour in Nuke is ready, new post about. – Yoda
- 15 April 2016 – Updated the site to WordPress 4.5. Hopefully nothing breaks.
- 31 March 2016 – I’m preparing a master list of recreating After Effects settings in Nuke and vice versa. Hopefully this will be useful for any comp artists who need to know the equivalent settings/functions in either software.
- 29 February 2016 – Gizmo Duck? Nope, this guide shows you the way for easy access to gizmo in Nuke.
- 28 January 2016 – Learn how to export Maya scene as .vrscene (Vray Scene) for rendering with Vray Standalone.
- 01 January 2016 – Happy New Year 2016!
- 12 December 2015 – Another Nuke Tips (of the month) exploring the difference between Vector Blur and 3D Motion Blur in compositing.
- 15 September 2015 – For those who genuinely want to visit my site, you can either use Google Cache or using proxy service like Hola to bypass the restriction that I’ve put on selected countries (which unfortunately I can’t name here but you should know if you managed to bypass it). I really want actual human users who are interested with my site content instead of spambots.
- 14 September 2015 – Implemented iQ Block Country to reduce spam attacks on my site (due to recent AdSense suspension). Apology for those who are unable to view the site from affected countries!
- 13 September 2015 – Removed Google AdSense from the site due account suspension by Google. :D The site will be ads-free from now on!