Siggraph 2015 Cinema 4D Presentations Part 3

August 29, 2015 - By 

In this series of presentations from Siggraph 2015, artists Eric Demeusy, Josh Johnson, Andy Lefton, Cantina Creative and Patrick Longstreth present these Visual Effects tutorials.

Eric Demeusy: Previz to Final Shot with Cinema 4D and Octane


Siggraph 2015 Rewind – Eric Demeusy: Previz to Final Shot with Cinema 4D and Octane from Cineversity.

Josh Johnson: VFX for Indie Films


Siggraph 2015 Rewind – Josh Johnson: VFX for Indie Films from Cineversity.

Andy Lefton: Breakdown of “Two Worlds” Animated Short


Siggraph 2015 Rewind – Andy Lefton: Breakdown of "Two Worlds" Animated Short from Cineversity.

Cantina Creative: Cinema 4D VFX for Avengers: Age of Ultron & Need for Speed


Siggraph 2015 Rewind – Cantina Creative: Cinema 4D VFX for Avengers: Age of Ultron & Need for Speed from .

Patrick Longstreth: Hellyfish VFX Breakdown in Cinema 4D


Siggraph 2015 Rewind – Patrick Longstreth: Hellyfish VFX Breakdown in Cinema 4D from
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  • hey folks!…does anyone v’ an idea bt how to model a projector screen slide, fold in and roll out…w/ a motion pic displayed on the screen as it rolls down???…anyone pls…!!!!!

  • Damn I really hate vimeo it crashes constantly, and doesn’t let me watch full videos.

  • Oh man I’m drooling over the Cantina Creative presentation, especially Alan Torres’ portion. I’m really interested in the AE to C4D ratio on that project, a lot of the hud elements look like shapes in After Effects but some are 3D such that they don’t seem possible to make in After Effects. From those wireframes “straight out of cinema 4D” I’m guess you can get that look out of it, but I’m wondering how you would texture something like that.

    I just wish they could do a full on breakdown because there’s so much stuff I want to know and have no idea how to find it out!

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