After Effects and Maya 3D Tank d4mer 3D, Maya, Rendering December 11th, 2019 4 Comments 385 views https://i.ytimg.com/vi/MOPahlN1pm8/hqdefault.jpg In this video I composite a 3D tank into live action footage. The footage was tracked in Boujou, the tank was added and rendered using Maya, the compositing was done in After Effects source Tags adobe after effects (software), Animation, autodesk maya, Autodesk Maya (Software), maya 3d, maya 3d tutorial, maya rigging tutorial, vfx Share : tweet Previous Next About the : d4mer Related Posts Acer Nitro 5 2020 | Autodesk Maya | Best budget Laptop for 3D Animators? November 30th, 2020 how to link a one to second object in maya 3d software November 29th, 2020 Autodesk Maya 2018 – How to Make a Stylized Prop – Asset November 28th, 2020 Rigging Character in Maya for Beginners Tutorial Part 2 November 27th, 2020 Autodesk Maya 2020, Zbrush 2020, Substance Painter – Potion Container November 26th, 2020 Skydome Lighting Tutorial Maya 2017 Arnold Renderer November 25th, 2020 4 Comments Circulo Rojo Animación December 11, 2019 at 16:55Log in to Reply you should have illuminated with hdri and it would look amazing vikram singh December 11, 2019 at 16:55Log in to Reply cant u make a quick guide step to step tutorial on this ?? that would be really helpful if u do 🙂 VFXBrokenDown December 11, 2019 at 16:55Log in to Reply I rendered my sequence from maya as a png sequence which supports transparency so no issues about removing the black background. Then I used curves and hue/saturation for color correcting the tank to properly match the scene. Since the shadow pass wasn't working for me i just used a black solid and feathered it out for the shadow mrFilmmaker23 December 11, 2019 at 16:55Log in to Reply hey, I'm trying to do the same kind of effect as you here. my problem is when I import my jpg image sequence into after effects from maya, I don't know how to blend them to make them look like the same scene. I'm guessing when you rendered that tank it had a black background: how do you get rd of the black and just place the tank onto your live footage like you've done here. I'd really appreciate the help. cheers. Leave A Comment Click here to cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a comment.