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- Creating a cube grid with the MoGraph Cloner
- Creating first-, second-, and third-wave animations
- Using a null object to group and keyframe multiple effectors
- Limiting the influence of an effector
- Adding texture
- Using an HDRI map for reflections
- Lighting the scene
- Importing a CINEMA 4D project into After Effects
- Isolating and changing text color with object buffers
Skill Level Intermediate
Thanks for following along and viewing my course. Before I close, I want to pass along some useful resource links that have helped me in my career in motion graphics. First, there's a ton of great CINEMA 4D courses done by my fellow authors on lynda.com, including Rob Garrott, who has a CINEMA 4D Essentials and Design in Motion Series that will help you get up to speed on all the basics of CINEMA 4D. Second, here is the very popular greyscalegorilla.com that breaks down a lot of popular motion graphic styles used in broadcast and movies.
Next up is motioneers.net, who have their own MoGraph section for specific MoGraph techniques. You also want to check out motionworks.net, hosted by John Dickinson, who breaks down his own network bumpers he's made of his day job, and also has a bunch of CINEMA 4D and After Effects training and resources. Helloluxx.com is another great site that has a lot of advance MoGraph techniques and his own training series. Lastly, I have my own motion graphics blog, eyedesyn.com, that I'd be honored for you to visit.
Here I host my own CINEMA 4D quick tips, and that's all free. So I hope you have found this course useful and that you can apply these techniques into your own MoGraph work. Thanks for watching.