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  2. Hey guys! I just started creating tutorials and hope to continue to share cool techniques in Software like After Effects and Cinema 4D. Check out my latest tutorial here: I only hope to get better with quality with each tutorial I create! If you have any feedback, would love to hear it! Thanks!
  3. About Us: Mousetrappe is on the cutting edge of multi-media production, working with top theme park and cultural experiences to produce state of the art content around the world for everything from theme parks to museums to live entertainment. We do this by amassing teams of creative, inspiring, hard-working, and focused people who believe in the power of storytelling to bring life and dimension to otherwise static experiences. Our culture is based on collaboration, creativity, performance and having a positive impact not only for our clients, but the people who experience our work first hand as theme park goers, museum aficionados, thrill seekers and more. Position Description: We are seeking strong CG Generalists with Motion Graphics Design experience. Selected candidates will help bring concepts into reality, offering creative solutions that are fast, efficient, and effective. Project tasks will include a heavy emphasis on motion graphics and compositing, but will have 3D elements woven throughout. Ideal candidates will be able to own their own projects and comps from beginning to end. They will also need to be collaborative, working successfully as part of the broader team. This is a small boutique shop with limited technical support, therefore, it's critical for any artists working here to feel comfortable trouble-shooting minor technical issues as the need arises. A background and familiarity working in non-traditional media formats is useful. Position will run approximately from May to mid-July 2019. Responsibilities: Create and manage digital assets Interpret concept art, storyboard and sketches to bring ideas into reality Comfortably move in and out of both 2D and 3D pipelines. Follow design guidelines with a strong attention to detail Organize, clean and maintain comp timelines Deliver polished designs under tight deadlines Requirements: Expertise in: After Effects, Cinema4D or Maya, X-Particles, Creative Cloud Preferred Experience in: Shotgun, Redshift Render, NIM, Octane 5-7 years experience MINIMUM Experience working in non-traditional formats a plus! Must be local to Los Angeles, no remote or relocation possible Submit the Following for Consideration: Link to Sample of Work and/or Portfolio Current Resume Desired Freelance Rate No agencies and no calls please. Do not send duplicate applications, samples or emails through our website. Interested Candidates Apply Here: https://mousetrappe.applytojob.com/apply/yQn4RXNX2h/Senior-Motion-Graphics-Animator3D-Generalist?source=Mograph Due to a typical large volume of responses, only candidates under consideration will receive reply. To all others we appreciate your interest and thank you in advance.
  4. So, I think there's a bit of a math error in Particular (even in Particular 3). Even when all the clips in your main clip are exactly the same length and the exact same framerate, I've discovered that there are still blips. Turns out that if you have a clips that are 5 seconds long, for example, to produce clean cuts for each clip in a group of particles, there needs to be some lead time after your video is over. One frame per clip, to be precise. I had to deal with a video file comprised of 74 5-second clips and have no blips in any of them after I did this: Create a composition that's the length of all the clips together. Make all the clips short by one frame (0:00;00 to 0;04;29, so the next one starts at 0;05;00). Arrange the of the clips (using the Sequence Layers in AE, for example) so that they follow one after the other. Then, add to the composition in frames the number of clips you have to the END of the video. You can make it black video, blank, some other randomness, doesn't matter. So, for 74 150-frame clips (five-second clips in 30fps) video, I created a composition that was 11100 frames long (06;10;10) Made each clip 149 frames long, Arranged the clips sequentially, Then added 74 frames of nothing to the end (making the comp 11174 frames, or 06;12;14) The garbage frames at the end aren't shown, and all the clips should run normally. I'm posting this for others who may have issues with this (including me in the future). I'm sure the OP probably figured it out by now (it has been almost 10 years).
  5. Addtitional Links to follow me: Instagram: @dennis.rosenau.3d Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/xzZ1XW
  6. Try to consider the option with something decorative. Perhaps even manual work. It is very important even here to find self-expression of your personality. Even in the furniture.
  7. Hi, I'm new here. I have some years experience in FX for movies but motion design is a bit new for me but fun Together with some friends we're doing short movie called Omni Girl. We are releaseing teaser soon, and... I have to make Titles for a teaser. This is what I have now, and I need advice of people who have experience and are better than me inthis. We want titles to match aestetics of short movie (ofcourse). Here a bit more to check aestetics: Instagram Link And here is the Titles. I need this to look good, and I;m looking at this fr a while. I already know that text 'Girl' is not visible to much, and need to change camera animation. Here is link for Titles Thanks in advance.
  8. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1094681272/ Hi Everybody, My company, HDR, just opened up a position for a motion designer/video editor/producer and I wanted to share it here. Its kind of an all-in-one position, where you'll have your hands in the entire process and help lead projects from beginning to end. Although this is a corporate environment, this is largely self-driven and great for someone who can manage their own time and wants to lead the process. Lots of opportunities for creative and career growth on a team that is looking to push boundaries. This role is on the Strategic Communications team within an engineering company. We operate like a PR firm for our clients, which include state Depts of Transportation, Public Utilities and Municipalities. This means we are often not selling a product, but instead engaging with the public and managing communication efforts. So its a little different than your typical mograph gig. Nonetheless, we are always trying to raise the level of work. Feel free to reach out with any questions.
  9. AlonIsocianu

    Food Play

    Hey friends. Here's a new original short called Food Play that we made at REACTIV Created using C4D, Houdini, Octane & After Effects Would love to hear your t thoughts :-) https://vimeo.com/316177190 Credits:Studio: ReactivDirector: Alon IsocianuExecutive Producer: Anna Junger3D Design & Animation: Hasan Dadah, Lauren Galloway, Dylan CarquezFluid simulations: Christopher Rutledge, Hasan DadahCompositing: Alon Isocianu & Hasan Dadah2D animation: Alon IsocianuSound Design: Echoic
  10. Hey guys! I just finished this new 3d animated side project and thought about sending it over for y'all to take a look at :) I had a lot of fun putting it together! I’m a little scared sending it out into the world but, I thought I would give it a go and see what happens. That’s how everyone learns right? So, hopefully you have the time to take a look at it. Thanks for your time! Vimeo link: https://vimeo.com/315812004 Full project link: https://www.behance.net/gallery/75969173/BEYOND Project Details: Beyond is a side project I created to push myself creatively. I actually don’t really like sci-fi, or know too much about DC or the Marvel universe. Every year, I try to give myself one large side project to improve technically as well as in my storytelling skills. I saw that creating something from a source that already exists while using a look and feel I don’t feel comfortable using as a huge challenge. After some research and seeing the cool stuff people where doing online, I remember how much I loved the animated series Batman Beyond as a kid. That was the spark that led me to think, what if I created a “fake” trailer for a modern take on Batman Beyond while using subtle indications from the show? It was definitely challenging but with some small personal victories along the ride :) I hope you enjoy my work as much as I had creating and diving into this world! Software: Cinema 4D / Octane Render / X-Particles / Daz-3D / After Effects / Premiere / Photoshop / Illustrator My Béhance profile: https://www.behance.net/craigpinto Twitter: twitter.com/_craigpinto Website: https://craigpinto.myportfolio.com/
  11. Hello everyone, I've been trying to create an animation of shapes stacking up and balancing on top of each other for a couple days now, but I just can't get it to work. I've tried Newton and somewhat tried to keyframe it, but I have no clue on how to do it. Does anyone know how I should go about this? An example of what I'm trying to create (at around 00:25):
  12. This motion graphics project has a line drawn look. It talks about how you can save the environment one ignition at a time. Utah Motion Graphics
  13. This motion graphics project has a line drawn look. It talks about how you can save the environment one ignition at a time. Utah Motion Graphics
  14. Do you have a body of work yet? The freelancers I hire, I hire based off of their reel. I feel like your work is the price of entry. For example, if you go to my Utah Video Productions website you can see the type of work I do. What I'm getting at is, if someone was looking for a company in Utah that did Video work and they landed on my site they could see. If what I do isn't the type of work they are looking for chances are they would move along.
  15. A cool site that features something different for Cinema 4D - plugins that allow you to create neon, condensation, ice and more. https://c4dphototools.com
  16. MOTION GRAPHIC DESIGNER We’re looking for a talented and creative motion graphic designer to join our team between March and May, with a possibility of a longer contract. ABOUT POTION PICTURES Located near the South Bank in London, Potion Pictures is an award-winning and BAFTA nominated visual design company specialising in motion graphics, broadcast and live events. Recent projects include designing the logos and titles for Love Island, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and The Royal Variety Performance, as well as producing LED and projected graphics for Five Gold Rings, Strictly Come Dancing and the Michael McIntyre’s Big Show. Coming up to a busy period, we’re looking to bring in an extra motion graphics designer on a short term contract. We put special emphasis on teamwork, peer to peer learning and our overall goal to create outstanding visual design for the creative industries through expertise and imagination. ABOUT THE ROLE We’re looking for a motion graphics designer with talent, versatility and strong organisational skills. Several years of professional experience working with After Effects and Cinema 4D and an ability to demonstrate work similar to our own is an absolute necessity. Please look at some of our work on our website www.potionpictures.co.uk Equally essential is a friendly and enthusiastic approach to briefs and teamwork. We work in a variety of mediums including live shows, events, television, film and theatre and the jobs are varied and exciting. Your responsibilities will range from taking initial briefs through to final delivery. IDEAL CANDIDATE SPECIFICATION Experience, Skills and Knowledge • Professional experience working as a motion graphics designer, with an excellent and diverse portfolio. • Strong understanding of Adobe Creative Suite, especially After Effects • Strong understanding of Cinema 4D • Great visual eye for design, including attention to detail as well as creative flair • Excellent time-keeping and project planning skills, including working to deadlines • Site-specific experience such as working on live events and studio shows would be an advantage. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team • Aptitude to understand and respond to a brief and present design ideas THE JOB ● March 11th to May 10th with the prospect of an extension. ● Salary approx. £26,000 to £32,000 pro rata depending on experience ● Flexible working (standard hours 10am to 6pm Mon to Fri, some weekend working required) ● Time off in lieu and overtime bonuses available TO APPLY If interested in the role please email jobs@potionpictures.co.uk with a CV and covering letter and link to showreel. No recruitment agents please
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