1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 2, 2012 5:03 PM by stuckfootage
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Patrick Sheffeild, Captain Mench, Jon Chappell, you guys are like my VFX fathers.  I grew up on Shake starting in 2005 and you patiently answered my questions where the trail had run dry in the manuals.  Because of you, I'm looking at a bright new future making things awesome.  Half of what I do has been replaced by Nuke, but Shake still does a few things better (plus all those macros I wrote for it!) and has a permanent place in my heart.  I'd still rather use it over Photoshop for a lot of tasks.


So seriously, thank you.


If you're interested in what I'm doing and where I'm going, check these out:


My latest video and channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NorZUFfpvC0

Apparently I'm getting interviewed these days:


http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/110482-Outside-Aperture-Answers-Portal s-Biggest-Question


Half Nuke, Half Shake, The protals themselves were 3D Motion particle emitters, and the text matte for the credits was Motion and Shake.


Exit discussion: can you believe the kit we have access to these days?  I have a Canon T2i with Magic Lantern installed and I wouldn't DREAM of having this great of a cinema tool in my hands 6 years ago.  SD begone!

Mac Pro (Early 2009), Mac OS X (10.6.8), 32GB RAM, Radeon 4870, IntensityPro