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1. Character Design: Creating original and visually striking characters for films, TV shows, or video games.

2. Environment Design: Designing captivating and immersive digital environments for various media.

3. 3D Modeling: Constructing detailed 3D models of characters, objects, and environments.

4. Texturing and Shading: Applying realistic or stylized textures and surface properties to 3D models.

5. Rigging: Setting up digital skeletons and controls to enable smooth and lifelike character movements.

6. Animation: Bringing characters, creatures, and objects to life through skilled animation techniques.

7. Motion Capture Cleanup: Cleaning up and refining motion capture data to ensure accurate and seamless integration.

8. Visual Effects Simulation: Creating dynamic simulations for various elements like water, fire, smoke, and cloth.

9. Particle Effects: Designing and implementing particle systems for various visual effects.

10. Matte Painting: Crafting realistic or fantastical digital paintings to enhance live-action footage.

11. Compositing: Seamlessly blending various elements together to create a final, cohesive shot.

12. Green Screen Keying: Extracting subjects from green screen backgrounds and integrating them into new environments.

13. Camera Tracking: Matching CG elements to live-action camera movements for realistic integration.

14. Set Extension: Extending physical sets digitally to achieve grander or more expansive environments.

15. Virtual Cinematography: Planning and executing virtual camera movements within 3D environments.

16. Beauty Retouching: Enhancing the appearance of actors or objects for a polished final look.

17. Crowd Simulation: Creating vast crowds of digital characters to fill scenes realistically.

18. Creature Animation: Animating complex creature movements and behaviors.

19. Destruction Effects: Simulating and animating destruction and demolition sequences.

20. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR): Developing interactive visual effects experiences for AR and VR applications.

These services represent only a portion of the many skills and talents that visual effects artists possess. Depending on the project's requirements and the artist's expertise, they may specialize in certain areas or offer a combination of these services to achieve the desired visual storytelling.

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