Inspiration: Gullruten 2013 Breakdown

May 24, 2013 - By 

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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.

Breakdown

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  • Saw it on television a couple of weeks ago, predicted it being made in C4D

  • Woooowww awesome way to use the cloner on that sea

  • Wow this is great stuff!

    I think in most cases the artists involved would like to make a nice making-of but often the clients do not like their work to be dissected (for example car manufacturers don’t like to show their cars unretouched) or the agency/studio doesn’t want to lay open workflows.

  • Jørgen Håland May 24, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    Hey! Cool that you liked my breakdown. I should maybe have more behind the scene in AE included. But in AE it’s always a mess 🙂

  • Awesome breakdown! I wish there is a tutorial for the sea of particles. 🙂

  • Awesome breakdown! I wish there is a tutorial for the sea of particles. Looking forward to it!

  • Remco van der meer May 25, 2013 at 12:47 am

    Great stuff! Love it. Thanks for the breakdown, big up for Jørgen!

  • Truly an amazing background.
    Although I wonder how did you switch the cameras in the view port in the animation so smooth if I might ask.

    • Jørgen Håland May 25, 2013 at 2:38 am

      Cinema 4d r14 there is a smooth animation between cameras. I’m using the camera morph to controll the movement. Be aware that camera morph is a bit buggy and can crash easily. Use auto-save!

  • great video presentation. I also did a video for Peugeot.

    Video Link

    http://designexit.blogspot.com.br/2013/04/peugeot.html

  • Great work !

    Thanks for turning me to HOT4D.

  • Hi Nikc. Can you make tut. about ‘Melt’ ?

  • Great Skills Jørgen Håland! Cheers!

    I was trying to replicate the sea, and when i added the HOT4D to the poly plane object its doesn’t react like yours. I stiil have two objects (the polyplane and the HOT4D sea inside) and when I add to the clone it’s not attached to the sea surface instead its attached to the poly plane. maybe you do some step I’m missing!

  • This is fantastic but does anyone else find the title hard to read?

    • Jørgen Håland May 31, 2013 at 3:57 pm

      Hi there. Yes it’s a bit hard to read. But it’s not always easy to get it you way when your dealing with a customer. I wanted it toned down, but they wanted it overloaded with spheres. The version I like the best is the light test. – JHåland

  • Wow?it‘s cool?Beautiful?A good idea.

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