Vue and Photoshop Masterclass : The Making of Nok Tiris

June 10, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0

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Vue and Photoshop Masterclass (June 2017)
Vue and Photoshop Masterclass by Tigaer for the making of Nok Tiris (registration includes HD recording)
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June 10, 2017
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Live webinar to be broadcast on Saturday the 10th of June


Start Time: 20:00 BST (London)/12:00 PDT (Los Angeles)/15:00 EDT (New York)

Can’t make the live session?


Ever wanted to see how you could build an epic scene in Vue that could be used as concept art for a film? Have you struggled with Vue to set up more complex and detailed scenes? Chris Hecker has years of experience in intricate scene building and in this live webinar he’s going to reveal his workflow. Step by step he will reveal a whole set of valuable techniques.

He’ll be explaining how he built this eye catching artwork scene of “Nok Tiris“, originally created as concept art for a short film called “Citizen In The Temple” by Jason Huls.  The artwork shows an establishing shot that reveals where most of the story is taking place. It shows the megacity of Nok Tiris located on the planet Eolan. The world is pretty much dead and deserted. The fundamentals of the scene were created with Vue and refined, detailed and over-painted with Photoshop.

Requirements: Intermediate knowledge of VUE and Photoshop. But come along if you are just curious about the power of VUE scene building!

The webinar will be in two sections, with time for Q&A throughout the session.

Date : Saturday the 10th of June 2017

Start Time: 20:00 BST (London)/12:00 PDT (Los Angeles)/15:00 EDT (New York)

Session Duration: 1.5 hours-2 hours, depending on Q&A.

Section 1: Scene Building in Vue

  • Perspectives of the scene
  • Scene setup, composition and scale
  • The Terrain
  • How to render for post-work
  • Creating sci-fi rocks and city assets

Section 2 : Working the Scene in Photoshop

  • File setup
  • Compositing
  • More detail with multipass layers
  • The post-work history

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About the presenter : Christian Hecker (Tigaer)


Christian Hecker is a dedicated digital artist who uses VUE and Photoshop. He has formed a recurring theme through his portfolio of depicting futuristic large-scale cities and this, really, is a natural response, perhaps from growing up in the environment of the industrial landscape of East Germany, as well as being awed by the production paintings of the sci-fi movies that we all love.

With his reputation and specialism in detailed scene making, his work has been released as part of the renowned Luminarium’s artpack. The Luminarium is a society at Deviant Art and is a renowned international group geared to pursue originality and creativity.