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NAB Interview Series: Episode 4 – Chris Schmidt 8 Comments


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While at NAB this year, I decided to interview some of my favorite people in the motion design industry and ask them a few questions. In this fourth episode, I talk to Chris Schmidt. Chris runs the Chicago C4D User Group, Makes excellent advanced Greyscalegorilla tutorials and also helped build the City Kit. In this short interview, we talk about how he got into Cinema 4D and ways that you can start to learn Xpresso.

Show Notes
Chicago C4D
Chicago Motion Artists Group
I stole this wacom pen from Mike the Monkey
Chris’ Greyscalegorilla Tutorials

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8 Comments

  1. Trevor Williams

    Haven’t listened to it yet, but I am excited to hear about Xpresso!!!!

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  2. hahaha! does ‘mike’ come in with ‘f*in with your podcast’ =D really enjoying these dude, can just chill out and listen to them

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  3. Really digging this series, great candid, fireside chats about our industry. Really interesting to see what aspects of design get different people fired up. Thanks for these, Nick!

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  4. fasteddie

    Sad to see only these few comments – Chris is THE man when it comes to modeling and Xpresso in C4D. RESPECT!!!!!

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  5. Paulo

    thx to the both of you! great interview, just a bit too short.

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  6. Thank you both for all you do for the C4D Community. It’s things like these podcasts that keep us going with your tutorials and tips. I look forward to seeing all you share with us! Your generosity in donating time and knowledge is top notch!

    Kathie

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