This cargo shuttle is only a a small part of a larger scene I’m currently working on but I think props are quite important so I took some time to make this.
I started with a rough sketch, which I then coloured and set in front of a starry background. I Iiked the result and started working on the 3D model. The animation was interesting since it was the first time I worked with XPresso in Cinema 4D (the rotating light was made to move with an expression).
This tutorial will show you how to create a paper folding animation in Cinema 4D. It will cover the basics of creating a paper house and animate its folding. Of course there are several other possibilities but this one is quite handy for texturizing later on since you really make the whole model from one piece.
The final result will look like this:
Sorry about the bad audio quality
1) make a plan, draw your house on paper
2) create a plane in Cinema and cut out the parts you don’t need
3) select areas and shift their axis (hold F10 in C4D R12 and earlier)
4) fold them while setting keyframes (use auto keyframes and point mode)
A more advanced version could look like this:
Next week: part 2 of the tutorial where I will discuss how to make paper textures.
The final downhill track of the 24hours of Finale Ligure. Filmed in March 2012 during a two week biking vacation.
The 24hours of Finale are one of the greatest MTB races in the world on one of the greatest tracks!
Tired of walking through the rain to the next Kebap shop? Fed up with the mess with the sauce?
Ritter Sport to the rescue! Now at a vending machine near you: Ritter Sport Döner Kebap chocolate with crispy lamb and salad. No mess, no fuss, same great taste!
Created in a film course with some After Effects and Photoshop work.
The task was to create an advertisement video for a product with a maximum length of 30 seconds. Here I show the advantages of the latest chocolate variant from Ritter Sport.
First steps in After Effects.
The carpet flight was filmed in front of the green screen. Keying and animation was then done in AFX.
Motion Design exercise: an auto route animation.
Work time: 8 hours, mainly After Effects & Premiere.
…are you afraid?
P.S.: Turn on your speakers!