Nancy Eperjesy (mettle.com) shows us how to use mettle ShapeShifter AE and Trapcode Soundkeys to generate an Audioreactive animation in After Effects. ShapeShifter Ae allows you to create 3D objects directly in After Effects from After Effects shapes and layer masks. So this complex-looking animation is actually quite simple to put together using ShapeShifter features combined with basic tools in Ae. The animation uses a Displacement Map which allows for a completely customizable technique.
This tutorial is a continuation of "After Effects 3D Shape Morphing Tutorial" vimeo.com/122014055
Nancy uses these easy techniques with impressive results! She also shows how to add custom audio sync, modify the displacement map, and details that can make a difference, like animating the reflection map, and adding an overall X rotation to tie all the movements together. Download a Demo of ShapeShifter AE and follow along: mettle.com/product/shapeshifter/Download a Demo of ShapeShifter AE: mettle.com/product/shapeshifter/
I'm back with yet another way to create a 2D effect in 3D fast & easy using Cinema 4D! In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to recreate the popular cel animation style paint stroke/splash effect you see in a lot of 2D animations using Cinema 4D without third party plug-ins. The workflow I'll demonstrate is super flexible and applicable to achieving a bunch of different cool 2D paint stroke looks for revealing an object, writing on text, or painting on screen.
In addition to this paint stroke style, be sure to check out Matteo Forghieri's C4DAPT Challenge winning entry (vimeo.com/112196771) for a really genius method on how to create a different type of streak that is produced from an actual object!
Portrait de Dominique Lebrun, artiste qui fait un travail de collages à partir d'affiches de cinéma déchirées, provenant de sa collection.
Portrait of Dominique Lebrun, an artist who makes collage, tearing up vintage movie posters from his own collection.
directed, filmed and edited by Jean-Philippe Laraque
titles by Antonin Waterkeyn
sound mix by Arnaud Devillers
music : “1000 Roses” written and performed by Sunni Colón soundcloud.com/sunnicolon
thank you to Frédéric Junqua