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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. Learn how to model the basic elements in C4D and add robotic-style movement with the Mograph module, and take a logo from Adobe Illustrator and turn it into a smart, beveled 3D project. Then EJ shows how to combine it all in After Effects, along with a few special effects. This workflow mimics a real post-production environment and allows a more intermediate look at the mograph module and an opportunity to take your motion graphics knowledge to the next level.
Hi, I'm EJ Hassenfratz, and welcome to motion graphics techniques, creating a high energy sports bumper. In this course we're going to look at how you can leverage Cinema 4D to create and animate a high energy sports motion graphics bumper. I'll start by showing you how to model all your elements for your animation by using Cinema 4D's many modeling tools. Then, I'll show you how you can make mechanical-looking elements in your scene, and give them robotic movements by using Cinema 4D's MoGraph Module.
We'll then create a logo made in Illustrator, and turn it into nicely beveled 3D objects. We'll composite all our 3D renders in After Effects and put on the finishing touches. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques. There's a ton to cover, so let's get started.
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