Here is a brand new Cinema 4D tutorial by Lawrence Black. You’ll learn how to shatter a dynamic object after impact. Very useful stuff for your animations, have a look here:
Mikey has a new After Effects tutorial for us. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create broken glass for a cool Title animation. Here it is:
You might have seen my mini-animation where I was trying out Sketch & Toon in Cinema 4D. If you haven”t you can see it below:
I thought of sharing the elements for free so I just uploaded them on Turbosquid. You’ll be able to find the animated low poly tree and bench. It’s not very advanced stuff but I think some of these might be helpful for background purposes or if you want to get a unique paper look or cardboard look. They are all still customizable so go ahead and tweak them if you want.
Just like my other stuff, this is completely free, as long as you don’t sell it I’m fine with you using it for any project, paid or not. Have fun!
If you missed the live streaming of Siggraph 2014 a couple of weeks ago Cineversity just uploaded all the presentations for you to watch. These are some of the best motion designers out there sharing their workflow and explaining every little step of their work. Very informative stuff and a great way to get familiar with the new R16 version of Cinema 4D. Check out the tutorials below:
Here is a very fast Cinema 4D quicktip that was sent to me, made by ‘Berd’. You’ll be able to create a very nice and fluid brush animation and it is quite easy to do. It’s basically a landscape and a Spline wrap wrapped around a curve or text. This looks really nice, here it is:
Chris Schmidt from Greyscalegorilla has a new very original Cinema 4D tutorial up. In this one he’ll create fast 3D topographies using hair. Check it out here, it looks really nice and original:
Here is a yet another new Cinema 4D tutorial by Sean Frangella for Premiumbeat.com. Here, you’ll learn how to model a reflective sports badge with the help of the new Cinema 4D R16 tools. Check it out here:
Here is a brand new modeling Cinema 4D tutorial by Sean Frangella from Premiumbeat.com. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to model a street lamp from scratch. Awesomely detailed and precise tutorial, have a look :