Learn about how to use 3D software to create multiple views of the same scene.
- [Instructor] We're doing the 05_01_3D_01 Cinema 3D file…that you can access from the Exercise Files folder…if you have access to the exercise files,…and here we can see our scene in Cinema 4D…that are built with fairly primitive objects.…The great thing about creating something in 3D…is it's very easy to add animation…that looks quite sophisticated.…I was inspired by Futurama to create this kind of mix…of 2D and 3D.…The title sequence for Futurama is amazing.…
I love the way that they mix 2D and 3D in Futurama,…and I wanted to use that same kind of mix of 2D and 3D…in this project.…So by animating a camera,…you can create quite a sophisticated-looking animation.…It naturally show us different angles of our objects…without really having to do very much.…So let's have a look at how the cameras work in Cinema 4D.…You'll see that I've got several cameras in here.…Only one camera can be viewed at a time…in the perspective view, which is where we are at the moment…and this is my Practice Cam.…
I've renamed my cameras so that I can switch from one…
In this course, learn about the most important principles of composition and how to use them in your designs. Instructor Angie Taylor puts these principles in context by taking you though the development of an online advertisement, and showcasing the different techniques used throughout her workflow. She demonstrates how to capture colors, patterns, and shapes using the Adobe Capture app; develop your rough ideas into layers that are ready for animating; compose design elements in After Effects; and create 3D artwork with Cinema 4D and After Effects.
- Using color, contrast, line, and shape
- Sampling colors from photographs
- Creating swatch groups in Adobe Illustrator
- Adding dimension with space, motion, and depth
- Creating vector shapes with the Adobe Capture app
- Coloring artwork in Adobe Draw
- Illustrator layer structure for 2D animation
- Composing design elements in After Effects
- When to use Cinema 4D for 2D-style animation
- Creating 3D artwork for motion graphics
- Adding depth to 3D objects with shading