How do motion graphics artists create those polished animated graphics for channels like ESPN on such short deadlines? They turn to the high-powered toolset in CINEMA 4D. In this course, EJ Hassenfratz shows you how to use those same tools to create your own dynamic, high-energy sports bumper!
In this tutorial, Nick from Grayscale Gorilla creates a baseball animation, inspired by a broadcast piece from WGN. We’ll start by texturing the baseball and setting the animation. Then, we model and animate the dirt using the landscape object and […]
In part 2 of this tutorial from Sean Frangella (@seanfrangella), you will learn to animate a 3D logo using After Effects and Cinema 4D, as well as advanced techniques to send elements from Cinema 4D to After Affects using the […]
In part 1 of this tutorial from Sean Frangella (@seanfrangella), you will learn how to create a 3D extruded logo from an Illustrator file. Then you’ll extrude, light, and texture it in 3D using Cinema 4D, and then add color […]
In this tutorial from Sean Frangella (@seanfrangella), you will learn three different techniques on how to model a baseball bat. Sean also shows how to add realistic wood grain texture to the bat. You can find this tutorial and more […]
In this tutorial from Mick Theisen at Tuts+, you will how to create a 3D sports graphics illustration using Adobe Illustrator to create and export basic paths, Cinema 4D to build the 3D, and Photoshop for the post-production. Check out […]
In this tutorial from Sean Frangella (@seanfrangella), you will learn how to model, texture and light professional hockey’s iconic trophy, Lord Stanley’s Cup in Cinema 4D! You can find this tutorial and more on his website at http://www.viytale.com . Original […]
In this tutorial from Tuts+, you will learn how to create your own “Sports Center” inspired graphics using Photoshop CS6 and Filter Forge(optional). You’ll learn to use Photoshop’s 3D capabilities as well as basic shapes, textures and patterns.