Mograph Techniques: Creating a Flat Vector Look using C4D and After Effects
Video: WelcomeLearn how to create animated 2D elements in 3 dimensions, using CINEMA 4D and After Effects.
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Creating flat vector-based artwork that moves along the X, Y, and Z planes is a fun and beautiful way to give an animated infographic style and energy. You can mimic this 2D look with a 3D animation-like feel using the power of CINEMA 4D and After Effects combined. Artist Eran Stern shows mograph artists how to achieve this simple style of rendering using a series of project-based examples: a sophisticated particle reaction, a complex DNA chain sequence, a button, and a coin animation.
- Creating clones
- Adding materials and versioning
- Cloning, repeating, and stepping
- Animating the camera
- Matching elements to the animation
- Compositing elements
Hey, I'm Eran Stern, and welcome to Creating a Flat Vector Look Using Cinema 4D and After Effects. In this course, you learn how to create a 2-dimensional look from 3-dimensional elements. We will be able to create the complex DNA chain sequence, 3D buttons, coins animations and sophisticated particles reactions. The following lessons are applicable to any motion graphics artist who wants to take advantage of the power of a 3D suite in order to convey an idea, keeping a well defined 2D graphic language in a unique and fast way.
This course is based on a little work project which will help us to explore these techniques. I'm ready to begin, so please join me, and let's get started creating a Flat Vector Look Using Cinema 4D and After Effects.
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