Happy Holidays From Greyscalegorilla

December 20, 2010 - By 

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Everyone! I made this video card especially for you to say thanks for being a part of the Greyscalegorilla community. I really appreciate every one of you who come watch tutorials, write comments, and hang out here on this little site of mine. This place wouldn’t be what it is without you!

A HUGE thanks to all of you who have helped Greyscalegorilla over this last year. It’s been a fun one. Happy holidays to all of you. Here is to another great year of learning and fun!


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  • wow ! can’t keep up with this speedblog!
    so here’s my speedy wish- animation
    making use of the wondeful hdr-sky technique

  • Happy Holidays back to you, Nick!

    To thank everyone who hired me, inspired me or just hung out with me in 2010, I made an Animated Christmas Card too!

    But that’s not all! I’m making the C4D Project available for free to the online (motion) design community! With it you can take Polaroids of your own 3D models!

    Check out my Free Instant Camera Kit for Cinema 4D at http://framefridge.com/871797/Instant-Camera-Kit-For-Cinema-4D

    Cheers everyone!

    -Nick (the other Nick)

  • Merry christmas to everyone!
    BTW; what is the song title playing in the card?


  • Merry Christmas to everyone!

    Here is my card.



  • Happy Holidays and a successful 2011 to everyone!

  • Merry Xmas everybody!!!

  • It has been an awesome year.
    Marry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of you guys!

  • Thanks for every amazing thing you brought to us,?????happy holidays in Chinese?
    Better in next year~~!

  • Cool! And Merry Christmas to you and everyone else as well!


  • merry christmas for u and greetings from germany…i really love your tutorials…thank u so much for all the good stuff…

    marcus from weimar, germany

  • Tnx man! Best wishes to you and all the other gorillas.

  • I got a question…
    I own both of GSG’s packs now, and I was wondering…
    Since I can get almost the same effect with the HDR’s and with the light kit studios. So how do I know which to use in certain situations? Animation? Stills? Which has the highest quality? Thanx~ Mango

    • The Light Studios in the Light Kit are a bit more flexible and allow you to move the lights around if needed. However, the Studio Pack will allow for more variety and allow you to try a ton of different studios and looks in your scene. Hope that helps.

  • Are you still going to a tutorial how you animate the highlights Nick?

    I always wanted to know how you do this, and even better how you would do this on a logo that is stationary and just have the highlights moving around the edges in a loop animation to boot!

  • An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a coworker who had been doing a little homework on this. And he in fact ordered me breakfast simply because I discovered it for him… lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanx for spending some time to discuss this matter here on your website.

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