Replacing the rough shark model in the intro shot with the finished model


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Replacing the rough shark model in the intro shot with the finished model

Our star, the shark, is ready to be placed into the scene, so we can finalize the animation. We use the dummy shark to set up all the shots, so we might need to make some tweaks once we get the hero shark into place. In this video, we're going to load the shark into the scene file and then start swapping out the dummy sharks and replacing them with the hero. After that, we'll make a preview to check animation speed and make sure that any changes necessary to the shot are all looking great. I'm going to open up the shot-001 scene file. So, let's go to the File menu and do an Open, navigate to the Chapter 8 Exercise Files, and open up shot-001.c4d.

Now, before I do anything else, I want to save this shot as a new name. I'm going to go to the File menu and do a File > Save as, and call this one shot-001-finanim as in final animation, and then hit Save. That way, in case I'm make any mistakes I'm covered. I can always get back to my original shot-001 file. Now I n...

Replacing the rough shark model in the intro shot with the finished model
Video duration: 6m 47s 7h 2m Intermediate

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Replacing the rough shark model in the intro shot with the finished model provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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