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The Making of Sylvain Chomet’s Simpson’s Couch Gag Even if you’re familiar with how traditional hand animation works, this behind the scenes feature put together by the good people at Th1ng in London is worth your time just to meet director/animator and three-time Oscar nominee Sylvain Chomet (The Triplets of Belleville, L’illusionniste, and The Old Lady and the Pigeons). [Read more] FIELD: The Fusion of Math, Beauty and Narrative London’s FIELD studio wrings beauty and engagement from cold computer code to create what co-founders Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn call “expressive and dynamic artworks for digital platforms” for galleries, festivals, public installations and mobile. Case in point: Energy Flow, a free non-linear film app for [Read more]

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Derek Lieu – Editor » 25 Simple Tricks for Better Motion Graphics I’m an editor by trade, not a motion designer which means I wish I wasn’t the one writing this article or the one who made the video, because I know there are more qualified artists out there. I make gradual improvements to my After Effects skills, but I don’t feel comfortable selling myself exclusively as a motion graphics artist. That said, I think more lists like this should exist especially for people just getting started in motion graphics. This is a collection of techniques that I noticed overlap in a lot of video tutorials that I’ve watched over the years. This isn’t the be all and end all guide BY FAR, nor is this intended as a full tutorial.

Tutorials <div class="text-center no-script"> Toolfarm requires javascript to be turned on. Please turn on javascript and reload the page. </div> Cinema 4D 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? What is your title?

Cineversity on Vimeo Cineversity (cineversity.com) is a CINEMA 4D online training and education resource dedicated to helping creative professionals, educators and students maximize their potential. The site features nearly 2,000 tutorials on some of the industry’s most advanced 3D graphics and visual effects techniques as well as resources, a knowledgebase, forums and instructional tips on MAXON software for users from beginner to award-winning artist. Cineversity is the first stop for the many respected educational facilities that rely on MAXON CINEMA 4D as a core element of their visual arts programs in graphics, animation, and design, including the Savannah College of Art and Design, Vancouver Film School, Ex’pression College for Digital Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and Art Center College of Design. External Links Cineversity

ShareLog This is the "Bubbley HiComplex" comp that uses the Multi SmoothRidge type. Here used with the Seamless Looping functionality to create this ever-looping GIF. "Oil Flow" - same as above but with specular and almost no diffuse. Here is the SmoothRidge fractal type lit with a few lights and Material properties setup so there is almost no diffuse and lots of specular.

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