1. This tutorial shows how to use Sweep NURBS in Cinema 4D to create a different type of 3D extruded text. The end result is the effect that your text extends far out of frame based on the shapes of your letters. They look like pipes or beams but change depending on the letters and words you use in your animation.

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  2. Here's a tutorial on how to model and texture and beach ball in Cinema 4D. Nothing too complex, but it's a pretty good looking model.

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  3. This tutorial demonstrates how you can use the fractal noise plug-in in after effects to create an space environment .

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  4. This tutorial uses After Effects to design a quick animation that looks like several light streaks form the letters of a word. The letters burst from the light streaks with a particle explosion. This tutorial uses Trapcode 3D Stroke and Particular.

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  5. This tutorial shows you how to create an animation that makes a piece a paper crumple into a ball with no keyframes at all. It uses the cloth tag.

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BIGMIKEDESIGN Motion Graphics + Visual Effects Tutorials

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Check out these tutorials I made that should how to create some cool designs in programs like After Effects and Cinema 4D.

http://www.bigmikedesign.com/blog/tutorials

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