In this episode, the group discusses some of their favorite pranks over the years and gives a few tips in the spirit of April Fools.
Have a great April Fools prank? Hit us in the comments! We are always looking for new material.
Can Chris make a tutorial with a version of Cinema 4D from the year 2000? Watch this presentation from Half Rez 2016 where Chris shows how far C4D has come in 16 years.
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Question of the day: What version of C4D did you start with?
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Watch Chris do a presentation during Half Rez 2016 in Cinema 4D R6XL. This version of C4D is from the year 2000 and it’s amazing to see how far we have come.
In this episode, the group discusses recent “Daily Renders” trends and the dangers of chasing Likes vs growing your skill set.
Correction: “Pollinate” was created by the studio Belief not Blind.
In this episode, discuss the launch of the latest Greyscalegorilla tool, Gorilla Grade LUTs. We also discuss the state of the motion design industry in these ever changing times. Specifically, we discuss what Blind Founder and Creative Director Chris Do had to say recently on the School of Motion Podcast.
Learn some new tips for squeezing out all the power you can with Mograph Effectors in this Cinema 4D Tutorial.
In this video, Chris shows you how to make Mograph Effectors even more useful with the weight transform and a technique for driving keyframe animation entirely with falloffs.
What will I Learn?
In this video we’ll the basics of the weight transform, ways to layer up different weights, and end with a bonus mini tutorial about driving your keyframed animations with falloffs!