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  1. Dennis Rosenau

    2019//001 - Rotation

    A little Motiongraphics Project I recently created for studies. You can find more of my stuff on my Social Media. Artstation https://www.artstation.com/drosenau Instagram @dennis.rosenau.3d
  2. Hi everyone, three months ago I started to use Cinema4d for my 3D work and decided to do some small Motion Design projects to get better with it. So I‘m fairly new to this type of stuff and would love to get some comments and critique on my latest approach. If you‘re interested, you can find more of my stuff on my Instagram Account: http://www.instagram.com/dennis.rosenau.3d/
  3. Hey everyone, I'm creating this post to reach out to the wider mograph / cg community about a few courses I'll be teaching at the Blender Institute. These are aimed at experienced users of either Cinema 4D or 3ds Max, as a crash course primer for getting into Blender. As some of you may know the devs over at the Blender Institute are hard at work on a new version that packs a lot of interesting features, making it interesting for all kinds of users. I switched over to Blender a number of years ago as a freelancer and have had a blast exploring it and building my pipeline around it. Here's my work as an example of what I've been doing with it: mantissa.xyz That being said, I'm not aiming to convert people or anything, but if you're interested in adding it to your workflow or are looking to switch, these intensive courses are tailored exactly to that. There's a maximum class size of 10 people and everything is held over at the new Blender HQ in Amsterdam in the coming months. Depending on the popularity of the courses, they're very open to hosting more courses in the future, as well as new ideas for ones that people want to see. Each crash course is one week, and is designed to cover as much of the relevant Blender pipeline as possible. The C4D users one is aimed a bit more at mograph, and the 3ds Max one is aimed more towards generalists. I've made sure each one has ample time included to answer everyone's questions so you don't feel like you've missed something when all is said and done. The cost is 1600 EUR (ex. Tax), which I understand isn't cheap, but a large chunk of that goes to the Blender Institute itself as development funds. That means you'll also get a chance to talk to different developers on location and get a feel for how Blender is being made and who the people are behind it. I've been teaching close to 10 years now on top of working for various studios and artists in a multitude of different sectors, with a general love for the industry and am really excited about getting more professionals in to the ever-growing Blender community. Here's the pages for the different courses: Blender for C4D artists Blender for 3ds Max artists I'll also be keeping an eye on this thread, so if you have any questions or comments, I'd be happy to provide more info and answers.
  4. Awesome Inc, a multidisciplinary creative studio specializing in 2D/3D animation, motion design, and mixed media production is seeking motion designers of entry and intermediate levels for full time positions in our Atlanta based studio, as well as remote freelancers for use as dependable additions to the team. Solid candidates will possess a strong sense of color, design and type, fantastic motion and / or animation skills and a passion for turning out great work. Candidates should: Be passionate, creative and motivated, sharing our love of the work Be comfortable working in a collaborative team environment Be able to take feedback in stride Be deadline driven, capable of handling quick turnarounds Qualifications: Intermediate candidates should have 4+ years industry experience Intermediate / Advanced After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator skills necessary Solid knowledge of graphic design, composite, typography and 2D animation Self-starter who can concept / work independently as well as work under direction Proficiency with C4D a plus Knowledge of additional softwares such as Maya, Nuke, Flash or ToonBoom a plus Knowledge of traditional animation principles and techniques is a plus Please fill out our online application here. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
  5. Aaron Covrett

    Bus Ride - Animation

    Hello Everyone! First time joining/posting on this community (welcome back!). I've been working on a larger project for quite some time, and wanted to test out some of the props. I built the scene in C4D, Substance Painter and Octane Render. Bit of compositing in AE as well. The tree models are sourced from https://darstellungsart.com/shop/ System Specs: (2x) 1080 TI's Render Time: ~40 min per/frame I've also included the project breakdown! And lastly, I've made the Utility Pole asset free to download and use for personal/commercial projects. https://gum.co/mSxZT Would love any feedback! Cheers, Aaron
  6. Today we'll be creating this Stop Motion Clay Typography in Cinema 4D. You can download the project file too and use it in your own motion graphics work. - Dave Shortcuts to Better Digital Art from a Freelance Digital Artist. Download Project File Here ➜ https://goo.gl/fpL9gQ Get More Videos and Free Stuff - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/KwxMj2 ▼ Follow me Website: https://www.cgshortcuts.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgshortcuts Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgshortcuts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgshortcuts
  7. Mario Domingos

    .//ReBorn//.//XParticles Contest 2017//

    Hey everyone just want to share one project I'm kinda proud of, my Xparticles Contest 2017 entry. Cheers!
  8. Mario Domingos

    .//Friday Play//.

    Some cool stuff came out today while playing around with C4D, Redshift and a Sculpture scan I did a while ago using Photoscan. I’ll post some more details soon
  9. Mario Domingos

    Latest work - Mario Domingos

    Wow! Sooo cool to be here again and look at the few post I did back in 2007!! Haha I had totally forgotten about mograph.net but the last episode os the School of Motion podcast reminded me I’ll make sure I’ll be more active now I’m leaving here my porfolio: Www.mariodomingos.com let me know what you think, with no love please!! And let everyone know that I’m open to new opportunities. Cheers!!!
  10. lukasvojir

    Flow/er - A visual poem

    Hi everyone, I'd like to share with you guys flow/er, the latest personal project from me and Alexa Sirbu. Also, here the research and development that went into it: Thank you!
  11. lethal_dose

    OBJECT BUFFER MAKER SCRIPT

    Attached is the OBJECT BUFFER MAKER SCRIPT. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwzRH1iZPQnsTlU1WlBsZ3BXQXc/view?usp=sharing It makes Object buffers for all selected objects in a scene, names them and adds them to the render settings with corresponding sequential object buffer information. This will save tons of time in your workflow. Developed by RUSS GAUTIER at Perception Studios NYC. TO USE IT: Just copy or merge the python object into whatever scene you want. Then select the objects you want to make buffers for. FINALLY click on the RED "X" next to the python object. It will IMMEDIATELY Turn Off After You Click It and will have MAKING COMPOSITING TAGS, OBJECT BUFFER IDs and MULTIPASS Outputs for all your selected objects. Enjoy!
  12. lethal_dose

    OBJECT BUFFER MAKER SCRIPT

    Attached is the OBJECT BUFFER MAKER SCRIPT. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwzRH1iZPQnsTlU1WlBsZ3BXQXc/view?usp=sharing It makes Object buffers for all selected objects in a scene, names them and adds them to the render settings with corresponding sequential object buffer information. This will save tons of time in your workflow. Developed by RUSS GAUTIER at Perception Studios NYC. TO USE IT: Just copy or merge the python object into whatever scene you want. Then select the objects you want to make buffers for. FINALLY click on the RED "X" next to the python object. It will IMMEDIATELY Turn Off After You Click It and will have MAKING COMPOSITING TAGS, OBJECT BUFFER IDs and MULTIPASS Outputs for all your selected objects. Enjoy!
  13. davidtheanimator

    Cinema4d Motion Graphics Designer with X-Particles

    Hi, Looking for a freelance C4D Motion Graphic designer to work on a high end consumer watch product film for the next three weeks starting 6th Feb. Mostly look development work and xParticle animation. If you can work out of our London Studio that's preferred but we are happy with remote workers too. Good rates offered. Email reels to davidh@agilefilms.com Thanks!
  14. dariocavaliere

    Dario Cavaliere ShowReel

    Hey Guys, this is my latest ShowReel, take a look! I hope you like it http://https://www.behance.net/gallery/43738293/Dario-Cavaliere-ShowReel-2016
  15. Hello guys, I need to do a hair replacement of a person. I thought of doing it in cinema 4D. A few months / years ago there was a hair replacement cinemagraph tutorial in cinema 4D. The model was blond and if I'm not mistaken the background was white. I am looking for that tutorial, does anyone remember of that tutorial? If you don't know what I'm speaking about, can you guys link me to a nice hair replacement tutorial in Cinema 4D? Cheers
  16. Hey Everyone, We’ve just posted a new tutorial series by Rod Ross on the best practices on getting your CAD Model into Cinema 4D. Watch and learn about: • Common Issues with CAD Files • Rhino to Cinema 4D • MoI to Cinema 4D • Using Zbrush to repologize and UV Map • Fixing common mesh issues • Enhancing CAD models Check it out: Importing CAD Models into Cinema 4D The Cineversity Team ---------------------------- www.cineversity.com Also, if you're a Cinema 4D user with an active MAXON Service Agreement (MSA) and you're not yet a Cineversity Premium member -- what are you waiting for? No matter where you live, contact your local MAXON distributor for your complimentary premium access coupon
  17. Hey Everyone, We’ve just posted a new tutorial series by Brett Morris on getting started with Octane. Get up to speed with this powerful render engine. Watch and learn how to use: • Octane's Live Viewer • Shader System • Lights and Environment • Octane's Camera • Advanced Shader Techniques for Mixed Materials Check it out: Getting Started with Octane The Cineversity Team ---------------------------- www.cineversity.com Also, if you're a Cinema 4D user with an active MAXON Service Agreement (MSA) and you're not yet a Cineversity Premium member -- what are you waiting for? No matter where you live, contact your local MAXON distributor for your complimentary premium access coupon
  18. Dive into Octane 3's environments such as Fog, Smoke, & Fire. Learn about voxels and VDB files and see what they can do. In this tutorial you also get a look at how Brograph's new Luminous plugin will work with Octane 3.
  19. A few things to keep in mind when navigating the viewport. Especially if you're new to Cinema4D. Use these settings and shortcuts to navigate much easier and save the headaches.
  20. Ever need to fill an object with clones and then edit the resulting geometry? Ever need to edit the result of any physics calculation for that matter? This is the order of operations and the solution.
  21. Hey guys i was just wondering about creating an effect like the one in this video by Sébastien Girard https://vimeo.com/143773975 He goes into a little detail of how he's done it but i was just wondering if anyone could expand for me. "Hi there and thanks. This is a complex workflow betwwen After Effects and cinema 4D. I rendered some fractal noises in after effects to put them as materials on some flat meshes in Cinema 4D. Then I applied forces and dynamics on these meshes to distort it. Render it, and finally apply distortion again in after effects and some little tricks to composite."
  22. Use noise and gradients to drive the Shader Effector. Then add audio and Expresso techniques learned in Tutorial 054 to drive the individual cloner objects.
  23. In part I we learned how to use the displacer deformer to see your displacement live in the viewport and learn what cool stuff you can do with noise. In this version we will be driving the components with audio by using the sound effector and some basic Xpresso. Part III on noise will cover the Shader Effector using noise.
  24. Hey guys i was just wondering about creating an effect like the one in this video by Sébastien Girard https://vimeo.com/143773975 He goes into a little detail of how he's done it but i was just wondering if anyone could expand for me. "Hi there and thanks. This is a complex workflow betwwen After Effects and cinema 4D. I rendered some fractal noises in after effects to put them as materials on some flat meshes in Cinema 4D. Then I applied forces and dynamics on these meshes to distort it. Render it, and finally apply distortion again in after effects and some little tricks to composite."
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