Nick Fancher is an experienced photographer of fashion, weddings, and men's and women's lifestyle. In 2007, he founded Shutter-Think Photography, specializing in portrait and fine art photography.
His work has been featured in the international publications Photo District News (PDN) and JPG magazines as well as locally in C Magazine and Columbus Alive. His wedding work has received awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as well as Bride Magazine and PDN. His art has been featured in ROYGBIV and BoMA galleries.
Andy Newman is a filmmaker specializing in short form documentary, commercial, and fashion videography. His video work has been produced for the US Olympic Committee, The Ohio State University, HOMAGE, JackThreads, and more.
Since presenting for MAXON at NAB 2014, I've received a bunch of requests asking me to go further in depth on how I used the Cel Shader in a client spot in my presentation. In this tutorial, I'll show you just that: how to create and apply a cool, stylistic, illustrative 2D look to 3D objects in Cinema 4D. We will achieve this look by using the often overlooked Cel Shader & Spline Shader. Learning how to leverage C4D in your 2D workflow is critical when it comes to saving time creating elements and animating. If you've ever tried to make something look 3D with 2D objects, you know how painstaking it can be to sell the 3D depth using flat layers. I'll also show how you can use the Cel Shader to apply shadows to objects with 100% luminance. One final note, be sure when you render to turn up the Anti-Aliasing settings as well as using a sharper Filter than Animation; such as Cubic (Still Image) or Sync so you have nice crisp edges in your animation to sell the 2D style.
More at ratemyfuneral.com - In this Cinema 4D tutorial we go through creating a cool text effect where the glass front is separate from the hollow plastic backing. We have a look at a bit of simple Xpresso which enables really easy changes to the text. Next we light the scene and put the bolts and screw holes in.
I can now add that the creator of the original image is Jon Buckly and his site is jonbuckley.com
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