Learn how to manage accessing your render nodes from within 3DS Max with this pipeline series of scripting tutorials. Utilizing Remote Desktop for Windows and 3DS Max. For more information, visit http://www.allanmckay.com
The Avengers: Infinity War Visual Effects Breakdown – is episode 2 of the VFX Breakdown series I started last month. I recently had many of you vote on what movie you want to see next on my Instagram channel (https://www.instagram.com/allanmckayofficial/) and by far the VFX of Avengers: Infinity War was one the highest vote. I […]
Going behind the scenes on the visual effects for the movie Venom, discussing the VFX for the film, not as an artist but as a VFX Supervisor. Quick heads up: The ‘unedited version’ of this is located at https://vimeo.com/306717260 I’ll be playing with the format as more of these go up! WHAT I NEED FROM […]
Check out the Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer VFX Breakdown. This is from the perspective of a Visual Effects supervisor, discussing some of the process and insights on the trailer. In this case I wanted to take a quick look at the visual effects of the trailer, which albeit is quite short. I still thought […]
I had a lot of direct messages from people asking about this so I just thought I’d take a second to mention it again. You can get the class at VFXCOURSE.com – It’s a new VFX class I put together It’s 9 videos – and takes a live action visual effects shot through from start to […]
Hey guys this video goes over what type of hardware settings to use with FumeFX as well as better ways to work to get faster and more reliable simulations and more importantly more efficient workplace practice! Great for 3ds max vray cg render pipeline and fluids and particle simulations. Understanding what computer to buy for […]
A breakdown of all the VFX passes for one of the many shots I created for Transformers 3 – The Dark of The Moon.
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“If only there was more time in the day”
“How do you find the time to get so much done”
“I would learn a new skill.. if I had the time”
For many of us, finding time and energy to do more is one of the hardest things we have. Time is finite and we can either be pro-active with our time, or reactive. Meaning – we are constantly running around, jumping from one thing to another, and never really feeling in control.
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How much should I charge?
If I ask too much, will I scare them off?
What are the key things that I’m doing wrong?
Money, negotiating, probably two words that build the most tension just at the thought of, other than public speaking.
This guide was designed for Artists – whether you’re a Designer, Illustrator, Matte Painter, Animator, FX, whatever! We all need to get hired for productions, and we all need to get what we’re worth.
But, most of are afraid of missing the mark, and scaring away our employers. Or, just not sure how to even start the conversation. Worse, we’re not sure what we’re actually worth, or we just plain don’t want to be in a tense back and forth negotiation.
Realistically – a good negotiator never needs to haggle, they never have a moment of tension, they never are in an uncomfortable situation. It’s actually very seamless, easy and kind of fun. But, it does require understanding many of the fundamentals that this guide covers in-depth. Negotiating your worth the wrong way can cost you tens of thousands of dollars per year, and it’s the most critical thing we all shouldn’t ignore.
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