ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #95 – Pawitra Studio – Intro to Fluid Sims with Blender

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Today, Technical Director of Pawitra Studio, Aditia A. Pratama, introduce us how about creating Fluid Sims with Blender

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We also learned about color scheme 🙂 These are Awa’s (one of ProCodeCG Kids Captain) 3D Design 🙂

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Like always, we learned so much from codeMeetUp() 🙂 Thanks so much Pawitra Studio 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #84 – Pawitra Studio – Color Management in Blender – 17 Oct 2016

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Aditia A. Pratama, Technical Director of Pawitra Studio shared about Color Management in Blender

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And look at the audience!

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LOTS of people! 🙂
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We’ve never had this many people ever coming to codeMeetUp() 😀

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Wishing that it can be like this every week 😀
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The more people get inspired, the happier we are 🙂

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Too many people to fit in one frame! 😀
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Thanks for coming! 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #82 – Pawitra Studio – 3D Modeling Tools in Blender

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Aditya A. Pratama, Technical Director of Pawitra Studio taught us some 3D Modeling tools in Blender on our 82nd codeMeetUp() 🙂

These were our first guests 🙂 They are brothers 🙂

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Look at the enthusiasm 🙂

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The rest of the family (the mom and the youngest child in the back, plus that little girl on the left) arrived 🙂
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Ok let’s start!
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One of the audiece had trouble with the Blender
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We were working on it while following the lesson
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Blender has lots of features for 3D modeling

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This tool is very useful to do modeling in details

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This is an example of creating an object
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and change the form by dragging the axis

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It can be divided into several parts

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And then can be mirrored based on certain axis
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Like this, being cut in a half
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Or being cut in a quarter

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We can make models in low resolution

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or high resolution
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Make round corners
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Or create a hole
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Pad the hole inside

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Or make two holes in front (an probably make an IronMan mask 🙂 )
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Basically we can do anything
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These are modeling examples and some can be used to
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People create these assets and we can buy and download it
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There are lots of repository for 3D Models

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With various price schemes
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This mug model was created by Aditia A. Pratama, uploaded with the tutorial

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This skill is very useful can be monetized!

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All of us! Mostly kids! 🙂

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This is a prove that a small person did come to our codeMeetUp() 😉
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Prawitra Studio will share more next time! We’ll let you know! 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #80 – Pawitra Studio – Fire Simulation in Blender

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Pawitra Studio shared about Fire Simulation in Blender on our 80th codeMeetUp() 5 Sept 2016 🙂 This is Technical Director of Pawitra Studio: Aditya A. Pratama 😉

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The audience 🙂

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New version of Blender
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The process

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The files generated
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Some examples

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More example on how to do the simulation
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And this is what it looks on our laptop 🙂 Pretty interesting!
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Us! 🙂
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The video will be uploaded to our YouTube Channel 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #78 – Pawitra Studio – Blender and Natron

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We had lots of ProCodeCG Kids coming for learning on our 78th codeMeetUp with Pawitra Studio 🙂

This is Zahran

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Muhammad

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Louis
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Muhammad and Zahran

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Rezandra

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Clarence

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Louis (again)

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and Musaaaa 😉 ❤ ❤ ❤

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the audience

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CTO of Pawitra Studio, Aditya Pratama gave introduction about Pawitra Studio (was Kampoong Monster) 🙂

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The history
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Founders and co-founders

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Pawitra’s Studio expertise
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The clients

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Details about the company
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Some of Pawitra Studio works

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Natron is is a free and open-source node-based compositing software
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Nuke is similar to Natron. Nuke a is a node-based digital compositing application.

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So does Fusion
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An example of the compositing result

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And how to do it with Blender
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We had reporter from Liputan6 and Pikiran Rakyat visiting 🙂

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All of us 🙂
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Consultation session after the event

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plus interview sessions 😉
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We will be reporting our unpublished codeMeetUp() 🙂 Sorry for the delay 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp #72 – Photogrammetry

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Our 72nd codeMeetUp() last Monday was an open workshop by Pawitra Studio about Photogrammetry 🙂 Bintang Senja, CG Supervisor of Pawitra Studio demonstrated how to generate 3D model from pics/photos!

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The process of taking pics
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We needed at least 50 pics

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from every angle possible
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Then all the pics went through processing

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The process was done using AutoDesk Remake

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After the modeling process was finished, the .obj file was being edited in Blender
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Whoaaa, the result!!! Crazy awesome!!!

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ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #70 – Intro to Motion Tracking in Blender

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Hello, we’re introducing Pawitra Studio! A rebranding of Kampoong Monster Studio. It has a totally cool new logo!

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Today, Technical Director of Pawitra Studio, Aditia A. Pratama gave a workshop about ‘Intro to Motion Tracking in Blender.”

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The audience today.
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The first step is to convert a video into sequences of pics

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Using FFmpeg
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The command to convert

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Suppose that we’re going to place a pic or video on this black and empty monitor. We should make some marker on each corner.
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And make click them to make Blender recognize them as markers to be tracked

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Once Blender knows all the markers, it will start tracking them. The red and green lines shown on top shows the tracking process
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To enable Blender to precisely map the pic to the surface, we have to define the corners and edges

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Then we should set some things up
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To start putting the pic on the target

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Doing some adjustments
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…and arrangements and we got it!

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Lots of questions asked and we discussed about lots of things

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Including about this awesome “Predator Algorithm” to track objects in real time!

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And there also exists this awesome tools, Neuron, a motion capture technology.
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And the discussion was going on

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Too bad lots of people missed this interesting workshop!

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These are the lucky ones to learn so much from Pawitra Studio today! 🙂