If yesterday was Manic Monday, today must be Tutorials Tuesday. This week's round-up includes a long look at the creative and technical decisions behind a sexy, sarcastic pastiche of 1960s movies, a simple technique for adding a sense of weight to the steps of a CG-animated character, an easy way to track footage in Final Cut Pro X, some neat tricks for building Sapphire transitions, and a race between DaVinci Resolve and the Lumetri color panel in Adobe Premiere Pro. Take a look, below.


Shoot 35mm Film for a Vintage Technicolor Look


Is It Worth Round-Tripping from Adobe Premiere Pro to Da Vinci Resolve?


Final Cut Pro X Easy Tracker


Sapphire – X Reveal Transition Preset


How to Add Weight and Life to Your Character's Legs

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