1. In part 2 of this glass block tutorial I show you how I use After Effects, Trapcode Starglow, Curves, Compound Blur and Colorama to finish and composite the scene.

    Watch more of my Cinema 4D tutorials here: greyscalegorilla.com/

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  2. In this tutorial, I show you how to make a spinning glass block animation with Cinema 4D, Mograph and refraction. It's based on an animation by Lumiere Studios. Stay tuned for part 2 of the tutorial where we bring the final render in after effects and do the final composite.

    Watch more of my Cinema 4D tutorials here: greyscalegorilla.com/

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  3. This quick tip by Tim Clapham from luxx.com.au demonstrates a method of slowing down your cloth simulations.

    This method can be used with various other animation techniques that involve deformation of your objects at a point level.

    For more tips and tricks visit helloluxx.com

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  4. In my first tutorial for a long time I show you how to create a Cell Render in C4D. This is a useful tool to show how your models are structured and also a different and abstract way to produce animations.

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  5. In this tutorial, we take our AEC file from C4D and import it into After Effects. This is where we learn about the cameras, timeline, buffers, depth-of-field and so many other effects and tricks that can only be done through an AEC file with an RPF sequence.

    # vimeo.com/10079508 Uploaded 2,786 Plays / / 6 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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