Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video 008 Creating dynamic liquid, part of Design in Motion.
Hi! Rob Garrott here and welcome to Design in Motion, the weekly series where we…explore important fundamentals in the world of motion graphics.…Next to creating a photorealistic human, flowing water is probably the hardest…thing to create in 3D animation.…CINEMA 4D doesn't have a fluid simulator built into it, but with some dynamic…objects and a little bit of creativity we can make something that doesn't look…exactly like flowing water, but it still looks pretty cool. Let's take a look.…This is the finished animation that results from the CINEMA 4D file that…we'll be setting up.…
I'm not going to focus on the render and compositing in this episode.…I really want to talk just about the dynamic setup.…I'll be giving you the final render as an After Effects file so you can work out…the post effects for yourself.…Let's hit Play on this and see what the animation looks like.…So we've got this water like substance that is going to flowing down the…slide and hitting our type and knocking it out of the way for a little transition effect.…
- Communicating emotion using color correction
- Using expressions to control animation
- Rendering type in a seamless environment
- Doing more with less in the After Effects render queue
- Creating bouncing animated type using dynamics
- Creating realism with Global illumination
- Working with Xrefs to simplify the workflow
Skill Level Intermediate
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