This week, Cgtuts+ has teamed up with our sister site Aetuts+ to bring you this awesome two part, in-depth tutorial from James Whiffin. Where you'll learn how to create and composite a cool old school x-ray effect into some video footage, using Maya, PFTrack and After Effects! Head over to Aetuts+ for the conclusion of the project where you'll composite the render passes from Maya, and use a variety of tools to make the footage look like it was shot in the 80's!
Note: click the 'Monitor' icon to view tutorial in full-screen HD.
Check out the conclusion of this tutorial over on Aetuts+
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