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Marc Z

Member Since 22 Jul 2006
Offline Last Active Oct 12 2016 08:05 PM
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R.i.p. Cactus Dan

25 September 2016 - 12:40 PM

Just heard the sad news, Dan was an integral part of the c4d community. He will be sorely missed.

http://forums.cgsoci...?f=47&t=1412018

Wanna help keep mograph.net on-line?

15 September 2016 - 07:53 PM

EDIT: We're good for another year! Thanks to everyone for donating! 

 

 

Hosting renewal is coming up, if you'd like to keep this site on-line, please consider donating here:

https://www.dreamhos...ate.cgi?id=3399

The funds go directly to hosting and will help keep mograph.net up for another year! :)


New Forum: Division05

30 May 2016 - 12:31 PM

You've all watched our very own Carey (formerly known as Binky)'s awesome Division05 videos (https://www.youtube....y9eWmBBlpo3F1z_ if you haven't!) and they've prompted a lot of conversation on the Motion Design Slack (http://www.hashtagmotiondesign.com).

Due to the nature of Slack these conversations disappear like tears in the rain, so we we'd thought we'd open up space right here!


I'm super excited about the upcoming very first commercial installment in the series. Carey's working hard on it as we speak. Go over there and join the conversation about growing as a motion designer!


Victoria Nece new product manager for Adobe After Effects

21 November 2015 - 12:49 PM

http://blogs.adobe.c...r-new-role.html

 

 

I've known Victoria (indirectly on Twitter and the Motion Design Slack) to be a passionate AE user, with a deep knowledge of the inner workings of our favorite quirky animation app. I'm curious how much of her documentary and coding background will shine through in the next few years! Regardless AE is in good hands.

 

That said we'll miss Todd Kopriva, who has been here on mograph for almost as long as we have existed. First as the AE documentation guru, then Product Manager. We wish him well and thank him for helping steer AE in the 21st century with all the recent core updates!

 

AE as a product is facing steep competition from Fusion and Nuke in the compositing space, Boris, Resolve and Smoke in editing/finishing and Anime Studio and Toonboom in the character/explainer realm. It's the Photoshop of video, trying to be many different things to many different users. I'm hoping our small scrappy AE team can hang in there and convince users -and Adobe itself- that AE has a long bright future ahead. I'm rooting for you guys!