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1. How to Create Plastic Textures in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-05-04T21:48:31+00:00
  • Duration: 2131
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
How to Create Plastic Textures in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial I'm going to break down how to create a piece of a "Mini Machine" (https://www.behance.net/gallery/28668383/Mini-Machines-01) and how to create plastic textures, including a plastic glass texture. We'll build the mini machine, add a 3 point light setup, and then go over how to texture our objects! By the way, this tutorial can be followed along using Cinema 4D Lite that comes for FREE with Adobe Creative Cloud! And as always, if you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/how-to-create-a-plastic-texture-in-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


2. City Lights

  • Published: 2013-11-29T17:49:39+00:00
  • Duration: 267
  • By Colin Rich
City Lights

For more behind the scenes and updates on my work, you can follow me here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colinrich1 Instagram: http://instagram.com/colin_rich_ Web site: www.deer-dog.com 'City Lights' is the final chapter from my "Trilogy of Light" time lapse series that began a couple years ago with 'LA Light' and then followed up with 'Nightfall'. It was an nightly adventure that took me to almost every angle of Los Angeles. It was an exercise in patience. A lesson in light. An understanding of what it is to live among each other and to understand the system and order of a city, the seemingly complex organics that make it up and the life form that the city truly is. A visualization of sonder. It was a daily jaunt to watch the arterial freeway systems pump car cells through its body and channel them to the capillaric avenues that are our neighborhoods and homes. It was a chance to break away from the 70mph freeway perspective and to observe the sun slip from view and watch the electric dance of nightfall begin. It was challenging. It was frustrating. Definitely dangerous at times. Sometimes it hurt. I was chased. Yelled at. Warned. But the overall context of things learned, people met, things seen, and places discovered over the past three years shaped who I am today. I didn't always love Los Angeles but I learned to and discovered that this city is much more than temperate weather, palm trees, pretty girls, and beaches; to me the true beauty behind the city lies hidden on the other end of a rusted fire escape to a view no one else has seen. I'm looking forward to the next chapter of my film making career where I will be concentrating on narrative and documentary films. Thanks for watching, reading, and supporting my films. Cheers, Colin I will be running a limited series of high quality Kodak Endura VC metallic prints based on each series of shots. If you are interested in purchasing them, please email me at [email protected] with the shot (timecode). Special thanks to: Mom and Dad (always with the support and encouragement) M83 (Anthony and D-E-F- Management) Matthews MSE (Ed, Tyler, and Bob) Dynamic Perception (Jay Burlage)


3. I Knew Jack O'Neill

  • Published: 2017-07-07T16:28:05+00:00
  • Duration: 427
  • By O'Neill
I Knew Jack O'Neill

If you live and love the ocean then you are sure to know Jack O’Neill. From the wetsuit that let us live the dream of first in and last out to the first ‘surf shop’ that gave us a spiritual home for our wave riding community, Jack’s mission was always to let us have fun and surf longer. O’Neill’s film, I Knew Jack O’Neill, pays homage to Jack the pioneer, Jack the maverick and above all Jack the surfer. See you out back Jack and thanks for being you. Directed by Peter Hamblin Edited by Sam Dewar Written by Chris Nelson and Demi Taylor Produced by Hamblin Imagery Ltd Follow O'Neill: https://www.facebook.com/oneill https://www.instagram.com/oneill https://www.twitter.com/teamoneill


4. Create a Rolling Banner in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-03-30T13:10:45+00:00
  • Duration: 1679
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
Create a Rolling Banner in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial, due to a bunch of requests from folks wanting me to break down the rolling beach towel from this GIF (https://dribbble.com/shots/2566446-Beach-Bum/), I'm going to cover a couple different ways you can create a rolling banner or rolling carpet in Cinema 4D. First, I'll show you how you can use a simple Bend deformer and animate it to create a rolling carpet. Then, I'll show you how you can use MoSplines to not only create a rolling carpet but an unfurling banner using Particle Effectors and Mograph Effectors. And as always, if you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/create-rolling-banner-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


5. How Does an Editor Think and Feel?

  • Published: 2016-05-12T07:02:41+00:00
  • Duration: 563
  • By Tony Zhou
How Does an Editor Think and Feel?

For the past ten years, I’ve been editing professionally. Yet one question always stumps me: “How do you know when to cut?” And I can only answer that it’s very instinctual. On some level, I’m just thinking and feeling my way through the edit. So today, I’d like to describe that process: how does an editor think and feel? A very special thanks to David Poland for the use of DP/30 clips. And a very special thanks to Aso for the use of his music. For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/everyframeapainting And you can follow us through Taylor’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/taylor.ramos/ Taylor’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/glassesattached Tony’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyszhou Tony’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everyframeapainting Music: Aso - Soul Traveling (Freddie Joachim Remix) Harry James - I’ve Heard That Song Before Nat King Cole - Aquellos Ojos Verdes Aso - Jazz Intro Nujabes - Perfect Circle (Instrumental) George Benson - On Broadway (Live) Interview Clips: DP/30 Michael Kahn (2011) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjdOG-w0Zz4 Michael Caine - Acting in Film (1987) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZPLVDwEr7Y DP/30 Thelma Schoonmaker (2013) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIKRcV4kHzg DP/30 Thelma Schoonmaker (2011) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgXcpZqQy8M BAFTA - Walter Murch on Editing (2013) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcBpXLNmS3Q Recommended Reading & Viewing: On Film Editing by Edward Dmytryk http://amzn.com/dp/0240517385 Cut to the Chase by Sam O’Steen & Bobbie O’Steen http://amzn.com/dp/094118837X In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch http://amzn.com/dp/1879505622 The Conversations with Walter Murch by Michael Ondaatje http://amzn.com/dp/0375709827


6. How to Create a Gel Texture in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-04-06T13:13:32+00:00
  • Duration: 1144
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
How to Create a Gel Texture in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial I'm going to break down how you can create a gel texture in Cinema 4D and apply it to a gummy bear model! First, I'll go over how to set up your material color using Fresnels and go over the crucial options in the Transparency channel that allow for a nice gel look. Finally, I'll cover how to add some nice organic imperfections in the texture by utilizing noise in both the Diffusion and Bump channels. And as always, if you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! As I mentioned in the tutorial, here is the Youtube link for the edited down live stream where I model the gummy bear: https://youtu.be/iEx5tjzl31k Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/create-gel-texture-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


7. How to Create Cartoon Mountains in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-05-11T12:42:38+00:00
  • Duration: 1766
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
How to Create Cartoon Mountains in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial, I'm going to walk you through how you can create some cartoonish mountains. First I'll cover the landscape object, followed by how to use a Terrain Mask and Cel Shader to add color to our mountain. If you're not familiar with the Cel Shader, be sure to check out this tutorial all about it and how you can use it for flat 2D shading (http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/using-the-cel-shader-to-apply-an-illustrative-2d-style-to-3d-objects-in-cinema-4d/). Finally, I'll show you how you can turn your mountain into a low poly one in a click of a button! As always, if you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/how-to-create-cartoon-mountains-in-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


8. VagScene.com - Episode 1

  • Published: 2012-01-25T05:40:29+00:00
  • Duration: 78
  • By VAG Scene
VagScene.com - Episode 1

We invite you to watch our first video episode that gives a taste of what VagScene is about. One aspect that our website will offer is features of enthusiasts and businesses that take part actively in the community. No matter where you live or where you’re from, there is always a sense of belonging in the scene. Help us spread the word by sharing the video and website with your friends! Next Episode on February 8th: More detailed features of VagScene for both enthusiasts & the industry. -VagScene Team Subscribe to our mailing list for the latest updates: http://www.vagscene.com/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vagscene Equipement: Canon 60D Sony HDR-CX550 GoPro Hero Konova Slider Tamron 17-50 f2.8 Canon 50 f1.8 Tokina 11-16 f2.8


9. ROBOSLIME

  • Published: 2013-07-21T19:23:30+00:00
  • Duration: 68
  • By Loukman Ali
ROBOSLIME

in this weekend project i wanted to blend 3d with live action footage, i didn't do alot of planning like i was supposed to do(lazy) so its not what i pictured, the music is rubbish because i made it, music always gives me a hard time................... i shot this with a nikon D3200, made the 3D stuff in Maxon cinema 4d , for the first time i did some key frame animation on the robot, must say its pretty cool for a first timer, the edit, colors and music is all After effects .. it lacks a few things( like parallax because i didn't do any match moves) but am going to work on that in my next project here is the breakdown http://www.behance.net/gallery/ROBOSLIME/9945589 follow me on https://twitter.com/LoukmanAli


10. Modern Comedian Episode 2 - Ben Kronberg - Jokebook

  • Published: 2012-07-22T23:10:59+00:00
  • Duration: 516
  • By Scott Moran
Modern Comedian Episode 2 - Ben Kronberg - Jokebook

Episode 2 is Ben Kronberg. Ben is one of my favorite comedians. He has a million jokes so you always see something new and brilliant. Often he will read from his notebook on stage. Ben also composed the music for this web series on his iPhone and some live guitar. Also, this is the first episode I shot and was learning to use the camera so this one has some slight focus issues. Follow Ben who is great on Twitter @benkronberg


11. 12 Months in 12 Seconds - August - 2

12 Months in 12 Seconds - August - 2

Traveling between spots in new places is always part of the adventure on a snowboard trip. For the month of August, Thomas Delfino and Len Jorgensen made the most of vagabonding through Chile. Follow the crew for live updates from the road on Instagram - #12monthsproject and @RomeSnowboards www.romesnowboards.com facebook.com/romesnowboards instagram.com/romesnowboards


12. The Chase

  • Published: 2015-07-22T06:17:59+00:00
  • Duration: 357
  • By Mike Olbinski
The Chase

----------------------------------------- The music in this film was composed by Kerry Muzzey and is a track called The Secret History from the album The Architect. Please consider purchasing this album over on iTunes: http://bit.ly/PAT_MO I am forever in Kerry's debt for his kindness and generosity in donating this song for my film. I do not have enough words to thank him! If you'd like to purchase a digital download of the film for your iPhone or iPad, please visit http://www.mikeolbinski.com/theblog/2015/07/the-chase. Follow me: http://www.mikeolbinski.com / https://twitter.com/mikeolbinski / https://www.facebook.com/mikeolbinskiphotography / https://instagram.com/mikeolbinski --------------------------------------- This past spring I spent more time chasing storms on the plains than ever before. The most I had spent prior to this was seven total days and that was last year. What I came away with from that short time made me realize that if I could double that...the stuff I could capture would be amazing. Of course I long to be out there for a month or longer, but when you live in Phoenix and have a wife and three kids...you have to be realistic. I turned 40 years old this year and I told my wife all I wanted was 10 days chasing on the plains. She loves me though and it ended up being 14! Two days in April and then 12 straight days from May 23rd - June 3rd. Those 12 days were absolutely incredible. I'm friends with other chasers via social media, met them on the side of roads while chasing, even grabbed dinner together...but never have I felt more of a part of the chaser community than being out there for almost two weeks. Living the life...seeing the same amazing chasers over and over...it was overwhelming to me. I missed my family, it was hard at times, but it was one of the best experiences of my life. Both chases originated from where I live in Arizona. In April I drove out all night to Colorado, slept maybe an hour, chased all day, got a good night's sleep, chased the next day in the Texas panhandle and drove home that same night, stopping only for a quick nap in New Mexico. The second chase was the same. Left Phoenix late on the evening of May 22nd, never really slept and the chase was on the next day. All in all I drove well over 12,000 miles over the course of those two weeks, visited 10 total states (New Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and North Dakota) and shot over 45,000 frames of footage for this film. I have many people to thank. Pat O'Brien for being my first private tour attendee this spring. Mike Mezeul II for one very big tip on a spot above Rapid City, SD. To James Langford who not only guided me to that spot over the phone, but "now-casted" for me many, many times. I may have missed out on four crucial clips in this film if it wasn't for him suggesting I punch the core in South Dakota. Thank you sir. And to my pal Andy Hoeland...who was with me for over a week of my time out there, driving, looking at forecasts, talking to weather experts and always helping us have a great target for that day. He's become my chase partner for most of these big plains trips and I wouldn't have it any other way. Also thanks to Cinetics (http://cinetics.com/axis360) for sending me their Axis 360 to play with. I used it one time in this film and wish I had used it more. I love that scene. Finally...above everyone else, of course...is my wife. To let me go for that long, to never complain, to never discourage me...but to only believe in me...how could I be so lucky to deserve a wife like that? We have three kids and that's tough on a parent to have her husband away that long. It will never cease to amaze me that I would not be here, doing this, if it wasn't for her support and encouragement. Technical details...everything was shot on Canon 5D3's, along with an array of Rokinon lenses. I got sick of lens-twisting (mostly of FORGETTING to lens twist) so I mainly used those manual lenses on this trip. Everything was processed using LR Timelapse, Lightroom, After Effects and Premiere Pro. I'm in absolute love with this film. The stuff I saw rivaled anything I've ever seen on the plains minus that insane Booker supercell in 2013. We saw four tornadoes (one of them appears in a deleted scene at the very end of the film), countless supercells, gorgeous shelf clouds, stunning mammatus and some awesome lightning shows. The song..well, the song for this film blew my mind. I loved it when I heard it, but then seeing how everything started coming together on the timeline, the pace, the slow build-up, the huge ending...I've said it before, but the song is 50% of the film. Thank you again Kerry for everything! All this movie does it fuel me to want to do better next year and this summer in Arizona. Stay tuned for Monsoon II and for The Chase II next spring! I sincerely hope you enjoy and share this film around. Thank you!


13. The Syncronicles II – The Ramp

  • Published: 2017-05-05T09:56:17+00:00
  • Duration: 439
  • By ION
The Syncronicles II – The Ramp

Follow Rob Heran on his road trip to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco to fulfill childhood dreams and live the vanlife. Childhood dreams. We give up on them too easy, don't we? We fall into the trap of "adult life". We end up following the path that society expects us to. More than ever before, we're expected to perform at the highest level. In everything we do. In our jobs, in our hobbies, even as parents and in our relationships. Sometimes it seems that the world offers more stages to perform on than opportunities to live. Everything is expected to move faster, tob e performance-enhanced – whether LTE, social media, drugs or self-optimization. We get caught in the trap, again and again as our vision becomes more and more blurred. We are traveling so fast that we don’t see what’s going on right in front of us. We are racing in the tunnel into the light. We get lost, lose control or can’t stand the pressure anymore. We burn out in the useless, competitive race. No wonder I see more and more people who decide to change direction and deliberately slow down. They quit their jobs and finally do what they always dreamed of, because they realize that tomorrow never comes. It’s what’s here and now that counts. The clock of life is ticking. Step out of the trap, turn around and choose the life you dreamed of. Don’t be scared. Follow the dreams of your childhood. The time has come to finally live my childhood dream. It seems like it took me a lifetime to get there. But finally, I arrived where I always wanted to be; In my own imagination of what Mountainbike riding means to me—infinite freedom (and the possibility to launch myself into orbit) It was deep winter in January when I had everything finished. I‘ve set up the ramp only once before to see if the construction itself works, but I haven't jumped it yet. Nevertheless, I packed my new built Evil Wreckoning bike and everything I needed for a three-month road trip adventure all the way down to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It has been a destination I always dreamed of visiting with my own car. - Rob Heran - Filmed by Sebastian Doerk/infinitetrails.de http://www.ion-products.com/bike/thesyncroniclesii/


14. Create a Bendy Text Design in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-05-19T12:48:31+00:00
  • Duration: 2942
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
Create a Bendy Text Design in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial we'll recreate this Scandinavian inspired design in Cinema 4D or Cinema 4D Lite! It's a design made up of a piece of text with layers peeling away revealing transparency on the backside of peeled back portions. We'll break down how you model all the pieces and set up your text so you can smoothly bend the geometry of your text spline or any other spline you'd like to use. Next, we'll texture our object, creating the plastic, glass, and wood materials as well as light the scene. Finally, we will cover how you can easily iterate by changing the text in the Text Spline Object by using Instances. This tutorial can be followed along using Cinema 4D Lite that comes for FREE with Adobe Creative Cloud! As always, if you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/create-a-bendy-text-design-in-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


15. Vorticity (4K)

  • Published: 2016-07-12T05:02:27+00:00
  • Duration: 385
  • By Mike Olbinski
Vorticity (4K)

Blu-Ray discs available here: http://www.mikeolbinski.com/shop/ Song by Kerry Muzzey: "Found" (Available on iTunes (http://bit.ly/MO_TM3) and Amazon (http://bit.ly/Found_KM) - please support him!) Follow me: mikeolbinski.com / twitter.com/mikeolbinski / facebook.com/mikeolbinskiphotography / instagram.com/mikeolbinski BTS Footage: https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeOlbinski/videos (Subscribe!) --------------------------- Blood. Sweat. Tears. Joy. That's what this spring was for me. The miles, the grind, the failing, the epic days missed, the lack of sleep, the jubilation, the friendships strengthened, and the time away from my family. And when the chasing was all done...wondering, was worth it all? Heck yeah it was. I had three goals this spring: Get a tornado on time-lapse, capture the best footage I possibly could, and chase as much as my schedule would allow. That ended up totalling 18 chase days. 20,000 miles driven. Almost 60,000 time-lapse frames shot. Nine total states. Hours and hours and hours of editing. All between April 15th and June 15th. And the tornado? Not only did I get one, but I got six more. On April 15th, the very first day out, I saw two tornadoes in the Texas Panhandle. May 9th was Wynnewood and Sulphur in Oklahoma (both in this film), as well as Trinidad on June 13th in Colorado. And while most tornadoes will be obvious in the film, you'll have to use a keen eye to spot the first two, which appear at 2:08 and 2:13. The Wynnewood tornado, which you will see at the very end of the film, was one of the most surreal moments of my life. I was so focused on keeping up with the storm that day, that I barely realized that I had captured what I'd been working so hard to get. I texted my wife a few photos and simply said "Baby I did it". It wasn't until she responded "Babe, it's beautiful. I'm so happy for you" that I completely lost it - live stream going on in the truck, people watching, and tears streaming down my face. But that's how much this spring meant to me, and how hard I was going. Most of the time exhausted. My typical routine would be to leave Phoenix sometime in late afternoon, drive all night, sleep an hour or two in the truck and then chase the next few days. And then drive home all night again. I did whatever I could to to minimize the time away from my family. Heck, I once even shot a wedding all day, left the venue, and drove all night to chase. I didn't want to miss anything this spring. What's awesome to me is that some of my best stuff came from marginal days, where it took some effort and crazy luck to get sick storm structures. Those were the surprises - amazing clips worthy of the final product despite the chase day starting out subpar. Combined together with everything else, I think it's some of my best footage to date! Technical note...this film marks the first time I used my Canon 5DSR and 11-24 for time-lapse, which I bought right before the spring started (Thank you Martin Heck for the help!). I'm not 100% sure of course, but I believe the tornadoes in the film may be some of the first ever captured in 8K resolution. The 50 megapixels that camera offers was huge for being able to zoom into certain shots and still maintain fantastic quality and sharpness. Couldn't be happier with that beast. I also used my trusty 5D3 for the tighter shots, with the 35mm, 50mm or 135mm. I have to mention Kerry Muzzey here...he has surpassed being kind to me. This is the 3rd or 4th time he's donated a song to one of my projects and I'm forever grateful. His music is powerful, haunting at times, and always, always perfect for the story I want to tell. This year I knew right away that "Found" was the song I would use. Please visit the links above to support his work! There are a lot of names to thank which are listed at the end of the film. I owe them all so much for helping me this spring. Nowcasting, making me turn around when I was headed to Montana, teaching me about forecasting, helping me choose the right new camera, editing input, and just being good friends. I am very blessed to have some amazing people around me! Most of all to my wife, Jina. She knows...every year I'm gone longer. I'm sure next year could be worse. But through it all, even when it's really tough, she's always right behind me. Making things work when I'm away. There are never enough words to cover how amazing she is. But she knows and I know - this film wouldn't happen without her. I think that's about it! Thanks to everyone for the kind words of support all year. I truly hope you enjoy this one! On to Monsoon 3! --------------------------- Technical Details: Captured with A CANON 5DSR, CANON 5D3, Canon 11-24mm f/4, 16-35mm, 35mm, 50mm, 135mm Processed using Lightroom, LR Timelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro Most clips available in 8K resolution, as well as 4K.


16. How to Bend or Deform Extruded Shapes in Cinema 4D

  • Published: 2016-02-24T15:20:02+00:00
  • Duration: 1460
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
How to Bend or Deform Extruded Shapes in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to bend or deform extruded shapes in Cinema 4D. If you ever tried to deform an extruded spline before you'll experience some odd issues with the geometry not deforming as you'd like it to. In this video we'll talk about why that is and how to change your splines intermediate points and Extrude Object's Cap options to be able to achieve a nice smooth deformation of your extruded object. Then we'll go over how to use deformers like the Bend and Wrap deformers to create some interesting abstract art...that kiiiiinda looks like the C4D logo all remixed. As always, experimenting with this technique is encouraged to see what sort of interesting compositions you can come up with! If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/how-to-bend-or-deform-extruded-shapes-in-cinema-4d/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


17. How to Apply Cartoon Line Art Outlines to 3D Objects in Cinema 4D Lite

  • Published: 2016-03-02T14:42:09+00:00
  • Duration: 862
  • By EJ Hassenfratz
How to Apply Cartoon Line Art Outlines to 3D Objects in Cinema 4D Lite

In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can apply cartoonish outlines to your 3D objects in Cinema 4D Lite (or any version of Cinema 4D for that matter).  Using a model from my new Sketch & Toon Model Pack v.3 (http://www.eyedesyn.com/product/sketch-and-toon-model-pack-03/), I'll show you how you can use a combination of Displacement, Luminance, and Fresnel to turn your 3D model into a piece of stylized, sketchy 2D line art.  Paired with my previous tutorial on how to Achieve 2D Cel Shading in Cinema 4D Lite (http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/achieving-2d-cel-shading-in-cinema-4d-without-sketch-toon/), you can do a pretty convincing job of creating Sketch & Toon 2D line art out of your 3D models!  And doing this all with a version of Cinema 4D that comes FREE with your Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.  Pretty dang cool huh?  As always, experimenting with this technique is encouraged to see what sort of interesting compositions you can come up with!  Play with the different Fresnel Shader Render modes, I've found success & interesting results with Front and Back, Back Trans, and Front Only. If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching! Watch the tutorial here: http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/creating-cartoon-outlines-in-cinema-4d-lite/ This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream at www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Watch me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/eyedesyn Check out my other tutorials at http://www.eyedesyn.com Follow me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/eyedesyn Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/eyedesyn Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/eyedesyn


18. MTV Rocks! - Ident Series 1

  • Published: 2010-03-08T16:42:39+00:00
  • Duration: 64
  • By PostPanic
MTV Rocks! - Ident Series 1

Director: Mischa Rozema Production: PostPanic As from March 2010, MTV is re-branding its 6 specialist music channels – MTV Rocks (formely MTV2), MTV Classic (formely VH1 Classic), MTV Dance, MTV Base, MTV Hits and MTV Shows. Launching first in the UK with international roll-out to follow, this project is a continuation of the July 2009 MTV’s first international rebrand. In total 32 TV idents have been commissioned to span all these 6 MTV ‘sister channels’ with the MTV World Design Studio drawing together the cream of international motion and audio-design talent. Individual studios were asked to take on each channel look/feel with PostPanic creating the channel idents for MTV Rocks. PostPanic co-founder Mischa Rozema took on the role as director with music and sound production by Massive Music, Amsterdam. MTV Rocks, formely MTV2 in the UK and currently MTV Brand New in the Netherlands, showcases the best in international alternative music, spanning genres such as new wave, punk, rock, indie and rap. MTV Rocks is about celebrating rock attitude and associated subcultures. MTV’s aim was to appoint one studio per channel – identifying studios whose outlook and style complimented the music and shows featured on the specific channels. The brief for PostPanic was to encapsulate the mood and emotion associated with alternative music and create a series of five 12 second idents (with more to follow) to serve the MTV Rocks branding established by the MTV World Design Studio. Director Mischa Rozema developed a central theme and wrote a set of scripts based in an imaginary landscape populated with surreal characters and situations. A visually stunning mix of live action and visual effects, the idents kept PostPanic busy for nearly 5 months. Mischa Rozema explains further, ‘My main idea was to create the opposite of what you would expect on a music channel. MTV has always been about extreme visual and musical diversity – it’s a constant change in pace. I wanted to create idents that did the opposite, that literally formed an underlying ‘film’, something you might stumble across while channel hopping. When you come across this reoccurring film, it should evoke questions, just as if you found it while flicking the remote. What is this film? What’s happening in it? What’s the relationship between the scenes? And before you can answer anything, it changes but the viewer wants to know what’s going on and they continue watching and waiting for the next one. So basically it’s about filling the screen with as many unanswered questions as possible within 12, 10, 5 and 3 seconds, as long as it was visually stunning and conveyed the energy that’s attached to MTV Rocks.’


19. Reach for the Stars

  • Published: 2016-02-03T18:45:43+00:00
  • Duration: 26
  • By Mark Gee
Reach for the Stars

A journey to the furthest stars would take many lifetimes to complete, but don’t let that stop you… Live life and reach for the stars - you may not always get there, but at least you’ll have fun trying. #theartofnightquotes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REACH FOR THE STARS Words and time-lapse photography by Mark Gee Music: Faith by Peter McIsaac Music http://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty_free_music/songs/faith Motion control provided by the Syrp Genie and Genie Mini on the Magic Carpet Slider: http://syrp.co.nz ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to know more? Follow me here: http://theartofnight.com http://facebook.com/markgphoto http://plus.google.com/+MarkGee http://500px.com/markg


20. Joey Kinder - Living the Climbing Life with Sterling Rope

  • Published: 2011-12-05T15:42:40+00:00
  • Duration: 205
  • By sterling rope
Joey Kinder - Living the Climbing Life with Sterling Rope

Joey Kinder has been on the Sterling Rope team for over ten years! In that time we have featured him in several ads, released a signature t-shirt with his personally designed twist on our familiar yellow and black logo, and now featured him in this Sterling Rope team video. In this episode Joey steps in front of the lens (props to Collette) and reflects on being “on the road again”. While in Nice, Southern France, he talks about checking out new routes, testing out new areas, sometimes sending, sometimes ‘sucking’, but always psyched on trying! His rope of choice while on a three month trip, the Velocity 9.8mm. Joe and his girlfriend Collette live ‘the climbing life’! Follow along in this video series filmed and edited by Joey Kinder while he travels the globe connecting with some of the best climbers in the world who, like him, have all chosen Sterling Rope. Look for future Sterling Rope team videos from Joe Kinder in 2012 and beyond. For more on Joe read his team bio - www.sterlingrope.com/team/67/367 To follow his blog check out - www.joekindkid.com www.sterlingrope.com