Join Andy Needham for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of CINEMA 4D R18 Essential Training: Motion Graphics.
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- Exercise Files
- [Instructor] If your membership includes access to the Exercise Files for this course, you can download those course files and put them on your desktop, like I've done here. Inside the Exercise Files folder, you'll find another set of folders that correspond to the different chapters that have Exercise Files in them. Here in chapter one we have some of the design principles I refer to in our talk on motion graphics, and they're simply here just for your reference. As we go throughout the course, just simply open up the chapter folder and file name you see onscreen. That way you can follow along with me step by step with the exact same files that I'm using.
If you don't have access to the Exercise Files, that's okay too. You can still follow along using your own files, or simply sit back and watch as I take you through each individual exercise.
- Setting up scenes
- Modeling with splines
- Using Illustrator files in C4D
- Extruding depth and detail
- Animating in the Timeline
- Creating clones
- Using effectors
- Lighting motion graphics
- Applying materials
- Creating animated materials
- Compositing multipass renders with After Effects and C4D
- Rendering motion graphics in C4D
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What Are Motion Graphics?
2. Setting Up a Project for Motion Graphics
3. Working with Splines
4. Working with the Timeline
5. The Power of MoGraph
6. Lighting for Motion Graphics
7. Materials for Motion Graphics
8. Rendering and Compositing for Motion Graphics
9. Motion Graphics Challenge
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