1. In this tutorial I start from the VERY beginning and very briefly cover a lot of topics. The goal here is that a brand new user can get their feet wet and create a very basic final render that includes some modeling, texturing, lighting, and animation! Based off of the first session of my old Introduction to C4D course I used to teach.

    Check out more free tutorial @ Greyscalegorilla.com!

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  2. Now watch the a full length copy of lesson 1 in the After Effects Expressions series! This lesson covers an introduction to expressions and quickly dives into useful examples of how to use them in your workflow.

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  3. In this presentation, Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to create an ocean scene in Adobe After Effects, with no 3rd-party plug-ins. This was part of a presentation he gave on June 25, 2009 at After Effects New York.

    Get the project file and post comments @ http://allbetsareoff.com/2009/06/ocean-water-effect/

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  4. In Cinema 4D Portal I responded to a question on how to import a model from Maya to Cinema 4D without having to recreate all the textures or minimal if need be. So Here I show you how to export and Import from Maya to Cinema 4D and bring in your textures without losing UVs.

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  5. Full review of the brand new PMW EX3. Announced in Las Vegas, just before NAB.

    Bringing many new features.

    Please have a look at my short "3 Days in April" shot with it and the Letus Extreme.

    You can see more pictures and read my written review at philipbloom.net

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