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Creating a pixel art world with Nuke Indie

When 8-bit assets meet the affordable tool for solo artists.

4 min read
Texturing in video games
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Texturing in video games: evolution, application and outlook

What does it take to texture your favourite worlds and characters? Find out here.

5 min read
Shonda Hunt artist spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Shonda Hunt

Shonda Hunt on her freelance compositing career and how Nuke helped her get there.

13 min read
Trends 2022
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5 top trends set to shape 2022—and beyond

Metaverse, machine learning and more: here’s what the future holds.

7 min read
ML and Nuke 13.1
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Machine Learning and Nuke 13.1: what’s next?

Harness the power of machine learning inside Nuke.

7 min read
Showreel 2021 Foundry VFX software
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Foundry Showreel | 2021

Our Foundry showreel boasts creations from artists and studios around the world, all made with Foundry tools.

2 min video
Dracula from Hotel Transylvania
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How to get new starters up to speed in Katana

Key insights from Sony Pictures Imageworks’ training department.

6 min read
Storytelling development
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Storytelling development: why the timeline matters

How working in context can improve artist and workflow efficiency.

7 min read
How texture brings animation to life
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Perfecting hair and painting buildings: how texturing brings animation to life

Telling stories through textures in animation.

5 min read
Removing pipeline friction with interop
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Connecting workflows and removing pipeline friction with interoperability

How Foundry is paving the way for a more efficient pipeline.

7 min read
Foundry Live 2021
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Hot off the press: top trends from Foundry Live 2021

Key product developments and innovations you need to know about.

9 min read
Miguel Guerrero artist spotlight
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Artist Spotlight: Miguel Guerrero

Venezuelan VFX artist and Director Miguel Guerrero on Nuke and his established career.

8 min read