While YouTube is the clear choice for loads of free knowledge in visual effects and filmmaking, what other sites do you all use to find tutorials? Some sites I have found great content on are:
Hugo’s Desk : Hugo uploads a ton of great videos to his YouTube channel, but if you want to take it a step further he also maintains a patreon page and also offers an entire course on Nuke. I have taken many of these classes and cannot reccomend them enough if you are wanting to dive deeper into Nuke.
Pluralsight : Pluralsight is another great site for premium tutorials on an extensive list of different softwares. I have taken courses in the adobe suite, Nuke, Houdini, and Cinema on there, but they also cover many different areas like web design, coding, business development software, and many others. If you’re looking to hone in your skills in other areas outside of VFX this site is a great resource. It is a subscription, but they do offer a free trial.
Rebelway : Rebelway is a great resource for learning blockbuster level effects from industry professionals. There are a wide range of classes from shorter lessons to multi week long master classes taught by an instructor. Some of these classes can be pricey, although worth the money for the knowledge provided in the class, but they also offer a library of free vfx courses that are phenomenal. I haven’t taken many classes here, but I definitely intend to in the future.
What other sites do you all use to hone your skills? Also be sure to check out the ActionVFX YouTube channel where we consistently upload tutorials in various VFX softwares!