Giant Ant creates this inspiring 2D animation on “translating the words of Buddha.” It’s interesting to hear Russell Brand doing a voice over on this piece.
84000 // Words of the Buddha by Giant Ant
The Making of Pixellation
Last week, Chris Cousins released a futuristic animation short, Pixellation, using Cinema 4D and Modo. He says he made a “conscious effort to keep the animation physical, so the structures have mass and inertia.” The attention to details in this animation is incredible since the objects in short “are constrained to behave as believably as possible, in the context of this slightly abstract environment.” Take a look at the making of footage above to see how he achieved his goal.
This Futurama 3D Opening Intro animation made by a fan.
“I’m crazy about roller coasters and I was trying to build a dynamic coaster in c4d. I’ve tried it a few times before but I never got it to work, until now! I kept improving and simulating to the best of my ability, and now 6 months later, it has evolved into a toolkit that all of you can use for free!”
-From documentation of RollerCoaster 4D
Motion Inspire presents Number Count preset for Cinema 4D. You can animate numbers within seconds. From 0 to 100000. You can count up or down. This preset allows users to easily set up and instantly ready for a render. Take a look at the video tutorial above to see the preset in action. The creator of the preset is just an e-mail away for any questions regarding Number Count preset. The preset is compatible in Cinema 4D R12, R13, R14 and R15. It is priced $5.99.
“This is the story of a web designer by day whose passion for improving his artistic capabilities by publishing everyday art projects for the last 7 years under the pseudonym Beeple.
His immense body of work has attracted worldwide attention and his audio/visual motion graphic experiments and films are consistently Vimeo staff picks. In this film, we explore his creative process, his diverse body of work, and how he constantly pushes himself to “suck less.””
Go behind the scenes at Massive Entertainment — A Ubisoft Studio, and discover the power of the Snowdrop engine; Massive’s in-house answer to video game creation on the new generation of consoles. Snowdrop supports the philosophy of the studio to work better, not bigger, by giving content creators the freedom to experiment, prototype and truly unleash their creativity.