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Day 10… A third of the way through 30 Days of After Effects. Hard to believe!
Let me first give a massive shout-out to Matt Naboshek, the amazing designer / illustrator / buddy who drew the cute Boston Terrier I used for this video. The dog’s name is Steadman, and you can find him on Matt’s website and Zazzle store:
In this video (part 1 of 2) we will look at a slick way to make a 3D-room in After Effects. Of course there are other ways to do this, but THIS way has some advantages. By using a teensy bit of Cinema 4D (You can use the Lite version which comes standard with After Effects CC) you can make a perfect 3D room that looks EXACTLY the way you want… regardless of whether or not the room has perfectly square walls, etc…
Cineware is an amazing (if a bit buggy) tool, and the sooner you get on board with it, the better.
Questions / Comments are welcome as always.
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