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helloluxx Maxon Cinema 4D Prime [Training, Tutorials & Support] {related_entries id="vendor"} {/related_entries} Painterly City Tutorial by Greyscalegorilla The talented Chris Schmidt has provided a great tutorial on how to create a fun sketchy, painterly style cityscape using MAXON CINEMA 4D. How to create an embossed business card in MAXON CINEMA 4D Need to make some stunningly beautiful 3D business cards? Chiseled Bevels in CINEMA 4D Ben Watts has a new tutorial that shows how to make a chiseled bevel in CINEMA 4D on a complex letter. Modeling with the Brush Tool in CINEMA 4D + Timelapse Example In this tutorial, Sam Welker shows the Brush Tool in CINEMA 4D R13. Use CINEMA 4D as Poor Man’s Chrono Sculptor Yader (aka Derya Öztürk) explains how to get a ChronoSculpt like workflow in CINEMA 4D. Yader gives a short demo on how you can bring this type of feature into CINEMA 4D using the Rate option on the Matrix Object and the Morph Motion Effect on the Inheritance Object. Waxy Shader in CINEMA 4D Pulling Up The Manual in CINEMA 4D - Greyscalegorilla

MotionScript.com - main page The Toms Story - Lucas Brooking Role: Art Direction, Illustration This was my first job once I moved to Canada to work with Giant Ant. It was wild to jump straight into the deep end of the art direction and illustration pool but I learned so much and it was a great initiation to the Giant Ant storytelling philosophy. Among other awards The Toms Story won a bronze ADC cube for Art Direction. Watch the video here Client: TOMS Agency: Giant Ant Directed by Giant Ant Producer: Brant Cheetham Script: Jay Grandin, Leah Nelson Creative Direction: Jay Grandin, Leah Nelson Art Direction & Design: Lucas Brooking, Jay Grandin 2D Animation Team: Jorge Canedo Estrada, Henrique Barone, Matt James, Shawn Hight, Nicholas Ferreira, Jay Grandin 3D Animation Team: Jorge Canedo Estrada, Nicholas Ferreira Music & Sound FX: Ryland Haggis

Top 28 Best Motion Graphics Blogs and Resources 1. Video Copilot Everyone who works within After Effects has heard of Andrew Kramer, so it is no surprise that he is at the top of this list. Andrew is a god when it comes to cutting edge tutorials in motion graphics and visual effects. His Sure Target preset has revolutionized the way you work with 3D cameras and the Demon Face and Car Hit tutorials have swept away novice After Effects artists and spun them into a frenzy of wanting to make cool videos. The Video Copilot blog and forums are a huge hit, and the products the website and team provide continue to be groundbreaking. 2. Nick Campbell aka “The Gorilla” runs GreyScaleGorilla.com, a blog focusing on Nick’s life as a Motion Designer at Digital Kitchen in Chicago. 3. AEtuts+ launched a couple of months ago, but it is already gaining steam very fast. 4. The Hive is the official blog of VideoHive.net, the online marketplace for motion design elements, .AEP projects and stock footage. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

22 Cool Cinema 4D Tutorials To Improve Your Skills Cinema 4D is a 3d graphic application (developed by MAXON Computer GmbH) that can do modeling, animation and rendering in one. Cinema 4D is a modeling, animation, and rendering program that allows designers to create impressive 3D works. This application has become very popular since it is quite simple and easy to use and also has a flexible interface. So today, in this time I have decided to put together a amazing collection of must have best Cinema 4D tutorials. With the help of these tutorials to illustrate a few useful techniques in creating your own cinema 4d creation. So try these of all below cinema 4d tutorials, hopefully also opening up your own ideas. You may be interested in the following posts: 1. Here is a tutorial on creating a super snail design in Cinema 4D. Making of Super Snail 2. In this quick-tip tutorial we’ll be taking a look at the techniques required to model a basic pillow/cushion object in Cinema 4D. Modelling and Rendering a Pillow in C4D 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CreativeCOW The Hobbit & The Dawn of High Frame Rate Cinema The technology wizards of the film/TV industry have been talking about High Frame Rate cinema for a long time; indeed, Douglas Trumbull's Showscan at 60 fps presaged the current interest over 30 years ago. But it took director Peter Jackson to take the plunge for mainstream cinema, declaring he would shoot The Hobbit in 48 fps to get momentum going. Editorial, Feature, People / InterviewDebra Kaufman Motion graphics y diseño generativo En este curso te enseñaré distintas técnicas de animación mediante el uso de expresiones en After Effects. Tus animaciones podrán cambiar de forma, color o movimiento usando sencillos controladores. Parece increíble, pero modificando cuatro ajustes podrás generar distintas versiones de un mismo logotipo de forma fácil en un tiempo récord. ¿Qué incluye este curso? Haremos un breve resumen de las posibilidades que nos brinda el uso de la programación en el terreno gráfico. Daremos una pequeña introducción a la programación con algunos conceptos básicos y sencillos. ¿CUÁL ES EL PROYECTO DEL CURSO? ¿A quién está dirigido? Este curso va dirigido a todo aquel que quiera iniciarse en la programación aplicada al diseño, la animación o el arte generativo, así como el que quiera aprender nuevas técnicas de animación en After Effects. Requisitos La verdad es que los requisitos no son muchos, deberas saber utilizar el After Effects (CS5 o superior), Illustrator o Photoshop.

Motionographer Sharing the best in moving media 50 Excellent Adobe After Effect Tutorials Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics and compositing software. Its main purpose is for film and video post-production. With Adobe After Effects it’s possible to create so great looking visual effects as in “Hollywood style” movies. It is not difficult to learn by your own. For beginners Introduction to Adobe After Effects | Andrew Kramer Basic effects | Andrew KramerLearn to create some basic effects using After Effects. Animation | Andrew KramerNow you can learn how to create an animation. Trim Paths | Aharon RabinowitzLearn how to create simple trim paths. Simple Reflection Techniques | Aharon RabinowitzVery simple but cool technique creating reflections. Web 2.0 Glossy Text | Matt EvansLearn to create a glossy text. How to track motion in Adobe After Effects CS3 | cgsutra.comThis useful tutorial explains how to track motion in After Effects. Boharg II Breakdown | David MadryLearn to set different speed for your footage and also learn how to set a color correction.

Cinema 4D And After Effects Training, Tutorials, and Plugins for Motion Graphic Designers Congratulations to Michael Rinnan for winning the Five Second Project for March. His entry had a great concept and was outfitted with excellent lighting, atmosphere, camera movements and sound design. We wanted to know a little bit more about Michael’s entry, so we asked him a few questions regarding his workflow and the process for creating his winning piece. Where do you work? I am a 3D generalist at NFL films in Mt. How did you come up with your concept for the Bright Lights Five Second Project? For my concept, my goal was to come up with a quick story I could tell in 5 seconds. What was the most challenging thing about your project? The most challenging part of this project was honestly the lighting. Tell us a little about how you achieved the zolly (push-pull zoom) effect. To achieve the zolly, I initially mapped out the motion of the motorcycles with a spline and then dropped a camera onto that motion path. What renderer was used? How long did your piece take to make?

80+ Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices | Tutorials CINEMA 4D is a 3-D application that is popular amongst matte painters in film production, largely due to the BodyPaint 3D functionality. It is equally popular amongst motion graphics artists, thanks to its excellent integration with compositing application pipelines, and a very artist-friendly, customizable workflow and interface. It has been used for films such as Chronicles of Narnia, Beowulf, Polar Express, Spiderman 3 and Monster House. CINEMA 4D’s intuitive interface and logical workflow make it possible for those new to 3D artistry to dive in and be productive quickly. Feedback is smooth and interactive so you can let your creativity run free. It’s been weeks, since we have been Rounding-Up Excellent Cinema 4D Tutorials and Best Practices which can help you to create amazing 3D graphics. For those, who don’t know what is CINEMA 4D? The next generation, representing two decades of excellence. You may be interested in the following related articles as well. Tutorials About C4D 01. 02.

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