Nuke has become the industry-standard software for visual effects (VFX). If you want to create fancy shots, but you’re not familiar even with the Nuke’s interface, then you’re in the right place to start. This Nuke tutorial for beginners will help you transition your compositing skills from After Effects or other compositing software to Nuke. Learn how to use Nuke in a flash!
You want to grow as a VFX artist. And you need the best tool in the industry to create impressive visual effects that will make you proud of your work. At the same time, it can guarantee you a challenging job position in a progressive team. In fact, 80% of the visual effects industry predominantly uses Nuke as their primary tool, so it’s almost a no-brainer to get proper Nuke training ASAP. Why? Because it’ll help you get into real projects more quickly. Nuke offers more complex effects compared to other compositing software, so you’ll learn stuff on a higher level.
This Nuke tutorial is designed to help learn VFX for beginners. You’ll be guided by someone with professional experience in the world of VFX and who actually worked on Hollywood blockbusters. I’m going to guide you thoroughly through the similarities and differences across VFX software. What’s also important, I’ll be offering networking opportunities for students to get even more value from this Nuke tutorial.
This Nuke training is going to empower you by helping to pick up this dominant tool! Here’s a quick overview of what content we’re going to cover in nearly 90 minutes.
There are also bonuses included in this Nuke tutorial. I hope those will help you a lot on your way to hitting the Hollywood industry with your potential!
If you’re willing to shift to Nuke, you no longer need to search for a suitable course, because… you’ve found one! Learn how to use Nuke in this tutorial where theory is combined with practice. This is not a compositing class, though, I must warn you. It’s all about making the shift. So, I hope you’re ready to start learning. You’re in good hands. Enroll now, because now is the best time to learn Nuke!
Vicki started as a humble student of digital media back in the small city of Singapore with a background in visual effects and programming in film and television. Without any contacts or connections in the United States, she began her career at the age of 18 from Singapore, working her way up into the Hollywood film industry and landing her first break working on AMC's hit series, The Walking Dead. Since then, she has worked on movies such as Guardians of the Galaxy, War for the Planet of the Apes and the recent Aquaman.
At only 24 years of age, she was one of the youngest speakers and presenters at the SMPTE Annual Technical Conference in its time, where she was a panelist and speaker for virtual reality in motion pictures.
She gave a TEDx talk on visual effects and virtual reality in May 2016 at Napa Valley, CA and in November 2018, was invited to speak as a keynote speaker at Elliot Masie's Learning 2018 conference, along with keynote speakers Former First Lady Laura Bush and Hamilton star Leslie Odom, Jr.