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Indie Essentials Update: Creature Kit Gets More Parts, & Get 10% Off

A special pack of the awesome and affordable practical visual effects set, Indie Essentials from That Studio (in partnership with Rampant Design Tools), the Creature Kit allows you to “build your ideal creatures with these massive resolution textures, perfect for video, film, graphic design and print.”

With a new update released just in time for Halloween, That Studio has expanded the Creature Kit’s already 1,500+ strong library of monster body parts and skin textures. Beyond just monster parts, Creature Kit has a collection of eyes, cheeks, lips, ears, mouths, teeth, wounds and more that allow you to create your own monsters and monster victims alike.
We covered Indie Essentials as a whole during this year’s NAB Show (featured below), where we saw some of the high quality effects it can offer. This new update to the Creature Kit pack of Indie Essentials is included for free for those who have either purchased the full Indie Essentials package or the individual Creature Kit set.

Beyond being affordable, Indie Essentials and its sub-kits are all practical effects in high-quality Quicktime format up to 2.5k at 24 frames per second, making them all the more seamlessly realistic. All the effects work with any editing system or post production software, and can be easily dragged and dropped into your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, Nuke and other editing solutions.
The full Indie Essentials is currently on sale for $349, down from its regular $399 price. The Creature Kit pack alone is only $89, making both options an awesome bargain.
**In addition, you can also use the code HDSRLSHOOTER on checkout and get 10% off any of the Indie Essentials products, or any other That Studio product (except for Conform Studio).**
So be sure to visit for more info, and use our code for an even better deal!

Written by Jake Fruia

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