Everything Cinema 4D

Behind The Scenes: Google ATAP ‘HELP’

The Mill takes us behind the scenes in this fascinating live action short film produced for Google.  The film production pushes its boundaries to film in complete 360 degrees.  It allows us to take a peak at the what’s to come for Virtual Reality as a medium, and what it means for production process.

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KUNG FURY Official Movie

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The verge calls it the best 80’s action film in 2015!  Check 30 minute film above, and check out all the other goodies from Kung Fury’s youtube channel, LaserUnicorn.

Here is a bonus, a music video for David Hasselhoff’s True Survivor from Kung Fury’s soundtrack.

One Bright Dot by Clément Morin

Pictures : Clément Morin
Music : Etienne Forget
Sound Design : Hugo Thouin

Clément Morin: Behance /Facebook / Website

Morphing Between Splines by eyedesyn

EJ Hassenfratz, aka eyedesyn, how to transform this Bubbly 2D text logo into another one on this tutorial.  He explains his workflow in morphing a spline into another in Cinema 4D in his latest post.

eyedesyn: Website/Twitter/Vimeo

The Making of Pixellation

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.

Pixellation

 

Chris Cousins: Vimeo, Behance

Futurama 3D – Opening Intro

This Futurama 3D Opening Intro animation made by a fan.

Disney’s Big Hero 6 – Official US Trailer 1

 

Behind The Scenes: The Creative Spark: Beeple, Everyday Artist

 

Lynda.com sits down with Mike Winkelmann, aka beeple, to talk about his everyday art projects and his process.

“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.””

-From Lynda