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- Modeling 3D elements with NURBs
- Animating with the Shader Effector
- Importing artwork from Illustrator with ArtSmart2 and Extruding
- Creating and applying textures
- Adding camera movement
- Lighting the scene
- Compositing in After Effects
- Adding optical flares and motion blur
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi I'm EJ Hassenfratz. And welcome to Motion Graphics Techniques: Creating a High Energy Sports Bumper. In this course we're gonna look at how you can leverage CINEMA 4D to create and animate a high energy sports motion graphics bumper. (high energy orchestral music) 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 then composite all of our 3D renders and 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.