Colorizing the energy beams


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Colorizing the energy beams

The beams that we've added have really had a lot of energy into the scene, we may also add volume and depth to our image, but they are still white and although the white color of the beams does look very hot, it sort of stands apart from the rest of the energy in the stadium and I want to beam energy to tie itself back into the platform, and the platform color has its orange to it, and so we really want our beams to tint back to that orange. We're going to use something called CC Toner in order to do that. I'm going to go to the very base Beams layer and now I'm inside the MMM-001 composition, which is where all of our compositing is coming together, and on this base Beams layer I'm going to go to the Effects menu and go to the Color Correction and then grab CC Toner, and CC Toner colorizes a layer based on the highlights, mid-tones, and shadows.

Our Beams Pass is basically all highlights and so the mid-tones and shadows don't really have an effect. I'm going ...

Colorizing the energy beams
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Colorizing the energy beams provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects

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