Posted On:May 2013 | Greyscalegorilla
Robert Hranitzky made a great breakdown of how he made this torn paper effect for the GenArts Reel Intro using some scanned paper, the bend deformer, Cinema 4D and After Effects. I met Robert and saw him present at NAB this year. I loved his direct teaching style and his great eye for design and sexy compositing. The tutorial world needs more like him.
Robert was nice enough to share a low rez version of his scene file for you to see exactly how the textures and scene is set up.
Scene file is for training purposes only. Please do not resell.
There have been SO many great entries to the Five Second Projects lately. Especially the latest Eggs Eggs Everywhere theme. With over 100 entries, I just couldn’t choose only ONE winner this month. So for the first time ever, this month there are two winners. Congrats to Andrew T. and Brancuzi for winning the latest Five Second Project. Great work!
Don’t forget to watch all the honorable mentions below. You can also see all the entries over at the Vimeo Channel. Another Project will be announced soon.
This Cinema 4D Title breakdown shows a ton of great particle work and compositing tricks. Good stuff. I wish every spot had this much behind the scenes video to go with it.
To celebrate the official release of Daft Punk’s new album, we are giving away these professionally modeled Daft Punk helmet models for Cinema 4D. They are textured and all ready to render. Head to the bottom of this post to download the Cinema 4D Models and start playing. Be sure you are listening to this track as you start lighting these things. Also, Look for some tutorials soon that will feature these models. Have fun!
With all the new announcements from Adobe and Maxon, we knew 2013 would be an exceptionally fun and exciting year at NAB. So, we sent Dave Kiss to capture and edit this big week down to the few minutes you see above. Watch NAB presenters from Maxon, Adobe, and Greyscalegorilla talk about the introduction of Cineware and what it means to be a part of the Cinema 4D community.