Shading the text using materials


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Shading the text using materials

Now I'm starting off with the scene file created in the previous movie. Now if you are following along and you haven't completed the first two movies, this file is not included in the project files. So you'll need to complete the first two movies in order to get to this point. Our underwater look is really coming together, but our type can use a bit more help. Let's do a quick rendering here and talk about what's going on. So when our scene renders, the Shark Zone type here is very, very flat. You can notice that especially here on the Z and the S. The face of the Z blends back into the sides.

That makes the type a lot less legible than it really should be. Promo and motion graphics in general are really all about communication. You want your viewer to be able to absolutely read the type that's on screen. That's the most important thing. The shark is cool in all, but the promo is really all about the Shark Zone block. That's what this type represents. So I w...

Shading the text using materials
Video duration: 6m 28s 7h 2m Intermediate

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Shading the text using materials 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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