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In this installment of Mograph Techniques, Ian Robinson shows you how to model and animate a stylized 3D flower that grows and blooms over time, using the combined power of CINEMA 4D and Adobe After Effects. You'll start by creating a single flower petal with traditional polygonal modeling techniques. Then you'll load the petal into a cloner object, and nest that cloner inside another, resulting in a complete flower with multiple levels of control for animation. The second phase is animating the cloners and refining the animation with the Step Effector. In the third and final phase, you'll bring the project into After Effects to add animated color effects, transitions, text, and shadows.
Hello everyone. I'd like to take this time to say thank you for checking out my course, and to recommend some other courses you might like to check out in the lynda.com library. If you want to continue down the motion graphics pathway, you should probably check out Mograph Techniques Animating with C4D Effectors. Along the same front with motion graphics, you might want to check out Mograph Techniques: Animating to Music. We'll still be in After Effects and Cinema 4D, but it'll be driven by music. Now, if you're looking for creative inspiration, you might want to to check out The Creative Spark: Beeple, Everyday Artist.
And, of course, if you're really into motion graphics in general, you should probably check out, Design in Motion, this is a series course taught by Rob Garret, and it covers a broad range of motion graphics tips and techniques. And last, but definitely not least, if you're big into After Effects, you should definitely check out After Effect Artist in Action, Eran Stern's Broadcast Design course. Now, I hope I've inspired you to continue learning and exploring new areas of design again, my name is Ian Robinson, and thank you very much for checking out my course.
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