NAB Interview Series: Episode 2 – Tim Clapham

April 28, 2011 - By 

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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 second part of the series, I talk with Tim Clapham. An outstanding Cinema 4D artist and teacher, Tim’s work was the first time I saw art and design being made with Cinema 4D. Not only that, but he also put up project files and lighting setups for download. He taught me most of what I know of Cinema 4D though his site and training series on FXPHD. I was lucky enough to sit down and talk with him about how he got into 3D and making great motion design.

Show Notes
MILG Training
Tim’s Dynamics Training

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  • Nice to hear these stuff Nick. Really interesting to hear this stuff. Tim is really great and I follow his courses @ FXPHD.

    To bad I missed loads the last couple of months. Moving and getting a (first time) Job as Motion Designer takes loads of time and specially when you back home, you just want to take a rest.

    Hope to catch it all up again upcomming weeks.

  • Nice

    Hugs for you and TIM from brazil motion grafics designs

  • I’m getting a “File not found” error when I try to play it. Is anyone else getting that?

  • Another great interview.

    As it turns out – I’m working with Tim’s mate Duncan MacLaren in Sydney at the moment.

    Small world.

  • Tim is awesome man
    wish i cud be better at C4D

  • Ha ha! Thanks for the mention Tim! Hope you’re well mate.

  • this was great thx guys.

  • Yup, Tim is awwwweeeesome.

  • Thanks guys, that was awesome

  • merci afin de cette nouvelle, un article important rapide et complet avec super.

  • Andre Friedman May 2, 2011 at 11:39 am


  • Just reporting a typo error: “what I know of Cinema 4D thRough his site and training series”

  • Hey Nick, keep doing these podcasts. I enjoy listening to this, especially when I’m on C4D.

  • Loving these Nick!

    Are you aware that your one recurring question is basically like Mig’s ? I know the podcast itself is obviously much longer, and hence covers more, but just wondering of that was homage or subconscious.

    Either way, keep it up!

  • Very nice. Informative.

  • Spot on with this write-up, I truly believe this site needs a great deal more attention. I’ll probably be returning to read through more, thanks for the info!

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