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Foundry Skill Up: Introducing Nuke Survival Toolkit

About this webinar

The Nuke Survival Toolkit is a hand-picked collection of Nuke tools from creators across the internet, packaged into a free and easy-to-install toolbar menu. The Nuke Survival Toolkit also comes with full documentation for each tool in the menu. This helps artists to learn where the tool comes from, how to use it, and gives credits to the hard-working tool creators out there. 

In this webinar, Tony Lyons will briefly introduce the Nuke Survival Toolkit, as well as demonstrate a handful of tools found in the menu that would help a compositor overcome some typical challenges found in production.


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Hosted by

  • Team member
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    Chris Andrewartha Associate Product Manager - Compositing & Finishing @ Foundry

  • Guest speaker
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    Tony Lyons Senior Compositor @ Trixter

    Tony Lyons is a lead compositor at Trixter in Munich Germany, originally from the USA. He has over 10 years of comp experience, and is known for his free compositing blog and YouTube channel CompositingMentor, which many studios source in their training of advanced greenscreen techniques in nuke.

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