Thomas Davis Freelance website developer and motion graphics designer based in Manchester Ever since Adobe added Cinema 4D to After Effects I've been trying to use it more and more in my motion graphics work. Every now and then I'll discover something cool & I just can't help experimenting with it! The most recent thing I've found is the "Cel Render" effect (Edit render settings > Effects > Cel Renderer). Enabling this function allows you to render the edges and outlines of an object as you'll see in the example renders below. I decided to whip up a quick example to demonstrate the effect, one which I could see myself using in a short film perhaps (blueprints of the rebel base you say?) A fire escape ladder I spent a bit too much time on.
24 things you need to know about lighting Research 01 – Observe how light works in the real world How it bounces, how coloured light affects coloured surfaces, and so on. Sometimes it does what you least expect. Jason Scott 02 – Learn to read photographs Get books from great photographers like Jimmy Nelson, Roger Ballen or whoever’s style you fancy and have them laying around your work desk to pick up when you are lost, when your computer is rendering, or whenever you have a spare moment. Then start learning to read the photographs, as there is a lot of information you can get by really studying a picture.
some waneella's pixel art Hey everyone, we’re making a fighting GAME! (I’m drawing backgrounds) Support us on the Kickstarter! Advanced Sketch and Toon tutorial available! Advanced Sketch and Toon tutorial available! Hi folks, I'm very proud to announce you that I have finished the Advanced Sketch and Toon tutorial. I prepared up to 3 hours long tutorial that covers whole NPR process on real topics. How to Make Realistic Rust “Imperfection is the digital perfection” –unknown The CG world is so clean and artificial looking that you need to bring in the uglies of the real world to make it look real. Stuff like dirt, grime, scratches and rust. All of which is covered in this tutorial :) It took me a couple of weeks of experimenting, but I finally nailed down the perfect method for creating rust in blender (without any extra software)!
Blender 3D: Noob to Pro - Wikibooks, open books for an open world You are strongly encouraged (read as begged) to contribute to this book! There are many things you can do to help: edit existing modules (to correct errors, improve the writing, or make additions)add new modules (tutorials or reference material)upload new images (screen shots or sample renders)join the team responsible for this WikiBook How to Edit a Module Learn Visual Effects - Cineversity Visual effects (VFX) are everywhere, from the biggest summer blockbusters, to quiet indie features, to commercials intended for the web. They allow filmmakers to create believable other-worldly creatures, or to create effects so subtle, we never register that we’re being deceived. Projects Learn real-world VFX techniques by tackling these project-based tutorials. VFX with C4D: Tank CrashJoin Joe Herman as he creates a fun shot of a tank crashing through a concrete wall on a New York City street.
homepage - DVD/english stuff Zpět na DVD ZDE REM: You will get your download link to your mail within 24 hours after your payment (please check your spam bin also). All my tutorials are available for download only! Commercial stuff The 5 best 3D tracking tools for CG artists This article is produced in association with Masters of CG, a contest for creatives in partnership with HP, Nvidia, and 2000 AD. Check out the shortlisted entries here. Integrating CG and VFX into live action is one of the best ways to make your CG feel photoreal as well as allow the use of added content such as motion graphics to aid explanation. While a straightforward task if your working on a still, when working on animation tracking live footage to get enough data to allow you to correctly position the CG needs dedicated Tracking software. 3D tracking tools – not to be confused with production tracking tools – can be used for a range of tasks, such as footage stabilisation and to help with footage cleanup. In the past couple of years a range of tracking tools have come to the market either as standalone or integrated into your compositing package.
Sketch and Toon Function available in CINEMA 4D Visualize, Studio Sketch and Toon Tip:Note that Sketch and Toon does not work in conjunction with the Physical Renderer.. Overview Welcome to Sketch and Toon, the CINEMA 4D application element for non-photorealistic (NPR) rendering. An NPR simplifies a scene’s look and renders edges using lines, which makes it possible to achieve en illustrated or technical look.