In this video, I demonstrated rigging process of a low poly character using the simple biped of T-Rigger Modular Rigging Tool. Become a Patron!
T-Rigger is a work in progress modular rigging tool for autodesk maya. This video focuses on Tentacle module. Hope you enjoy it Become a Patron!
I finally published the first work in progress demonstration for my modular auto rigging project “T-Rigger” I have been working on this for a while. The primary goal is to make an expandable modular rigging tool for Autodesk Maya. I will… Continue Reading
My Latest FocusStacker is finally done. This setup is the best balanced version among all iterations of FocusStacker series I constructed earlier. I think, I finally found a good balance between the complexity and ease of use. I will gather… Continue Reading
When shooting hand-held macro photography in the field, sometimes framing may become very hard. On top of the fact that your extremely shallow depth of field, sometimes you may find yourself in a very awkward position. One camera in one… Continue Reading
Today I did a quick test on one of my focus stacks to compare the capabilities of Zerene Stacker and Helicon Focus Here are the specs of the test: Automated Macro Rail: FocusStacker v3 Total Images: 66 Camera: Nikon D7100 Lens: Lomo 3.7x… Continue Reading
FocusStacker V3 This is the built I am using right now. It wont be the final though. FocusStacker v2 was very portable and compact, but it was not that much suitable for extreme studio macro because you have to constantly… Continue Reading
This is a commercial we shot for Beko for the 2.000.000th like the company received on facebook. We used Phantom Flex 4K and Bolt. It was shot in Imaj Studios. The goal was to make the cake “if someone was… Continue Reading
This was not an ordinary project for us actually. First of all, it was meant to be a pre-roll video in youtube, which all of us tries to skip as soon as possible… At first, our brief was to see… Continue Reading
This is the first two Eti Cin commercial we made. There were some other Eti Cin commercials which were made by other companies, so we did not involved in the character creation process. The challenge the client was asked was… Continue Reading