In less than a year, CG Spectrum’s Nuke training will prepare you creatively and technically for a career as a compositor in the film industry. Master rotoscoping, digital painting, keying, scripting and lighting techniques used by top VFX studios and be mentored by world-class artists who have worked on your favorite films!
Why study Nuke compositing at CG Spectrum:
The VFX industry is rapidly growing and the need for highly-skilled, talented compositors is too. There’s never been a better time to learn Nuke, the most powerful visual effects digital compositing package.
Put the skills you gained in the Introduction to Nuke course, to the test with more challenging projects! Use your creativity to try out advanced rotoscoping and keying tools to produce complex shots. Move on to digital painting to clean up tracking markers and unwanted elements, then create digital set extensions and sky replacements. Discover how to set up simple expressions and gizmos. By now you’ll be good at managing clean, organized workflows.
Expand your compositing artist toolkit by learning commonly-utilized, task-specific skills. Master how to create screen inserts and split-screen comps. Gain skills in de-aging an actor, more commonly referred to as beauty work. Work with model miniatures and discover compositing techniques with a matte painting. Build many exciting shots that will help to show off your growing skillset!
Develop your portfolio by creating exciting shots. Utilize your newly-mastered compositing skills to build your own, personal projects, with industry-quality feedback at every step. Integrate various aspects of compositing, from blue screen keying to set extension, on over to full 3D scene creation. All shots are created for the sole purpose of building an exciting demo reel to get noticed by potential employers. This is your opportunity to show the world what you are capable of!
All diploma students receive additional 1-on-1 career support, portfolio reviews, and industry insights from CG Spectrum's Career Development Manager.
Sean's worked at Walt Disney Animation, Technicolor VFX, and Sony on 100+ films and TV projects. Credits: Star Trek: Picard, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Avengers: Infinity War.Read full bio
Brittany has 50+ film & TV credits to her name including three Star Wars films, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Black Panther, Mad Max: Fury Road, Blade Runner 2049.Read full bio
Gen is an Oscar-nominated VFX Supervisor & Compositor who has worked at ILM, Mill Film, and Animal Logic. Credits: Love and Monsters, Doctor Strange, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Mad Max: Fury Road.Read full bio
With nearly a decade of feature film experience, Will's worked on titles like Spiderman: Far From Home and Captain Marvel while at Luma, ILM, and Sony.Read full bio
Based in London, Josh has worked at MPC, ILM, and Double Negative on films like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Ready Player One, The Jungle Book, The Martian, and Spectre.Read full bio
Yasemin has worked at MPC London, Pixomodo LA, and Double Negative, Scanline, and Image Engine in Canada. Credits: Game of Thrones, Deadpool 2, and Pacific Rim.Read full bio
Jason is a Compositing Supervisor and Senior Compositor for TV. Credits: The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Bones, Criminal Minds, Empire, Ozark, Prison Break, and The Tick.Read full bio
With a background in compositing, design, motion graphics, animation and 3D, Jai's work can be seen in Ant-Man and Wasp, Thor: Ragnarok, and Spider-Man: Homecoming.Read full bio
Gregory Ng is a Lighting and Compositing Artist at Luma Pictures in Melbourne. His long list of credits includes: Captain America: Civil War, Deadpool, Ant-Man and Doctor Strange.Read full bio
The most affordable way to learn from top industry mentors in a fun, collaborative environment, while still getting plenty of personalized feedback.
Progress faster and enjoy more flexiblity with private mentorship. Ideal for busy schedules, career-changers, or artists upgrading skills or changing specialties.
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