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Destroying Urban Environments in NUKEX
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Released Dec 1, 2012
Angelo White

Guest Tutor

Angelo White
In this tutorial we are going to create a destruction scene using the great tools found in NUKEX.

We will be compositing a wide shot of a city to look like a scene of massive destruction. We will also go over how to work fast if it needs to get it done before a deadline.

Note: Due to both licensing restrictions and the advanced nature of Creative Development tutorials, the project files for this tutorial may not contain every single file that was used by the artist.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:40
Tracking the shot
2

Tracking the shot

 
15:07
Refining the track and placing objects
3

Refining the track and placing objects

 
13:12
Creating the key for our shot
4

Creating the key for our shot

 
15:04
Placing our sky
5

Placing our sky

 
13:31
Placing buildings in the scene
6

Placing buildings in the scene

 
17:29
Examining at the composite
7

Examining at the composite

 
17:50
Destroying our buildings
8

Destroying our buildings

 
05:26
Improving the shot
9

Improving the shot

 
13:39
Replacing the sign
10

Replacing the sign

 
11:34
Compositing robots and rocks
11

Compositing robots and rocks

 
12:39
Final touches on the scene
12

Final touches on the scene

 
15:02
Color correction tips in NUKEX
13

Color correction tips in NUKEX

 
04:45