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Arwa - Responsive Multipurpose Theme

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Arwa - Responsive Multipurpose Theme

Wrapbootstrap Template
Arwa - Responsive Multipurpose Theme

Alive - Coming Soon Page

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Alive - Coming Soon Page

Themeforest Template
Alive - Coming Soon Page

Chronos - One page responsive template

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Chronos - One page responsive template

Themeforest Template
Chronos - One page responsive template

Beku

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Beku

Themeforest Template
Beku

Infiniteskills : Learning Apple Motion 5 Training Video

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Infiniteskills : Learning Apple Motion 5 Training Video
Infiniteskills : Learning Apple Motion 5 Training Video |

A Practical Motion Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills
In this project-based Learning Apple Motion 5 video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

Design Series: Compositing Fundamentals with Pete Collins

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Design Series: Compositing Fundamentals with Pete Collins
Kelbytraining - Design Series: Compositing Fundamentals with Pete Collins
English | .MP4 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, mono, s16, 157 kb/s | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 2991 kb/s, 29.97 fps | 1.26 GB
Genre: E-learning


A composite means putting multiple elements together into one image. Those elements have to combine together in way that is seamless and does not distract the eye from the overall image. When setting out to design a composite, there are some important things that you need to focus on. What is the eye looking for? Lighting, Elevation, Noise and Sharpness. In this course, Pete Collins goes over techniques for achieving these and creating a quality composite.

Eat 3D: Live Action & CG 5 – 3D Set Extensions in Nuke

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Eat 3D: Live Action & CG 5 – 3D Set Extensions in Nuke
Eat 3D: Live Action & CG 5 – 3D Set Extensions in Nuke
Advanced | 5h 45m | 1.03 GB | Project Files 617 MB | Software used: Nuke 7, After Effects

In this DVD, instructor Matt Skonicki explores plate enhancement and set extension. He starts off by going over the raw workflow with footage captures from the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera. From there he tracks the footage in Nuke and then begins rotoscoping for sky replacement using the new Nuke Planar Tracker Node. Next, he moves into 3D Projecting and does some cosmetic work on the plate by adding multiple glowing and flickering neon signs. He then finishes off the composition with Nuke’s powerful 3D scanline render engine, lighting geometry in the scene using many of Nuke’s 3D environment tools including point lights, environment lights, materials, and shaders.

Triptych in psd format - Brown horse

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Triptych in psd format - Brown horse


Triptych in psd format - Brown horse
PSD | 6500 x 5000 | 253 Mb

Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 12 with Jan Kabili

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Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 12 with Jan Kabili
Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 12 with Jan Kabili | 416 MB

Join photographer and teacher Jan Kabili as she introduces the photo organizing, editing, and sharing features of Adobe Photoshop Elements 12. This course begins with a look at Elements Organizer, a workspace that makes it easier than ever to import photos. Next, Jan explores the photo-enhancement features in the Quick Edit workspace, from correcting color and lighting to quick retouching. Then graduate to the Expert Edit view, which provides tools for selecting portions of images, compositing multiple images, straightening crooked photos, and more. Last, Jan returns to the Organizer to show you how to tag photos with keywords and create albums, and introduces Elements 12's features for emailing photos and sharing them on Twitter.

Foundation: Incorporating Sass and Compass with Jen Kramer

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Foundation: Incorporating Sass and Compass with Jen Kramer
Foundation: Incorporating Sass and Compass with Jen Kramer | 446 MB

Foundation is one of the most popular responsive design frameworks—clean and simple. But much of Foundation's styling is accomplished via slightly more complex CSS: Compass and Sass. This course with Jen Kramer shows how to install Foundation, Compass, and Sass, and customize your own Foundation site. Learn how to start a new project, navigate the Sass file structure, and use the main _setting.scss file to style color, fonts, spacing, and more. Plus, learn about advanced features like functions, mixins, extended styles, and much more.
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