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🎁 DOWNLOAD THIS PROJECT FILE & ASSETS FOR FREE! 🎁 🤍 Does your motion design art stop people in their tracks? Do you want it to? You want to make show-stopping motion graphics, but your game just doesn’t have that scroll-stopping finesse. While there are many ways to create arresting artwork, it all starts with the fundamentals. In this tutorial, Justin Peterson—Director of Digital Content Production with the Boston Celtics—will teach you to break down and define design elements within a piece, and WHY they work. ~ - ~ - ~ - ~ - ~ - ~ - 🎓INTERACTIVE ONLINE CLASSES 🎓 Design Kickstart | 🤍 All Courses | 🤍 🧭FREE 10-DAY INTRO COURSE 🧭 The Path to MoGraph | 🤍 🚴♀️FOLLOW US FOR MORE LEARNZ 🚴🏾♂️ Website | 🤍 Podcast | 🤍 Facebook | 🤍 Twitter | 🤍 Instagram | 🤍 - Partial, Auto-Generated Transcript Below 👇 Justin Peterson (00:00): You want to make showstopping motion graphics, but your game just doesn't have that scroll stopping finesse. Well, I'm here to tell you that you can get there, but you need to start with the fundamentals. When you're done watching this video, I want you to be able to break down and define design elements within a piece and why they work. Are you ready? Justin Peterson (00:25): Hi, my name is Justin Peterson. I'm a director of digital content and sports working in sports. We all know that you have to wear many different hats. Actually started roaming the sidelines as a videographer. When I got started, when I started transitioning into motion design, I hit a wall with my graphics, wondering why they didn't look polished today. I'm here to share with you the motion design lessons that helped me get off the sidelines and into the game. In this video, you're going to learn to understand design decisions, choose your type, identify principles of contrast, translate your camera skills to CG and make the cuts before we begin, make sure you grab the materials at the link in the description Justin Peterson (01:10): To kick this off. We're going to be starting in a familiar place, but first I want to give a shout out to Dixon, backseat, big block vis tech and two fresh creative for sharing their amazing work that we'll be using in this tutorial. The split-screen look is something that all fans have seen, regardless of whether they've recognized it as a split-screen look or not. It's a traditional matchup graphic where there's one team on the left side, one team on the right side. There's different ways to represent this, but essentially the design decision comes down to drawing a line in the sand and saying, who are you rooting for the team on the left or the team on the right. You'll see backgrounds with the team colors and the logos are going to be big and bold. So let's look at a couple of different ways to represent this. Justin Peterson (01:51): We have the horizontal, we have a vertical version top and bottom, and then there's variations on this one as well, where we have a photo cutout as the hero, and then top and bottom. On the other side, this is a representation. That's the inverse of what I showed you with the players on the right-hand side and the players names top and bottom on the left. You'll also see that they implemented the horizontal structure here so that the players represent the horizontal structure left and right. And then over here, they do the top and bottom. So they basically combined a couple of different ways of approaching this into one graphic. Justin Peterson (02:32): There are two distinct typefaces that you're probably aware of Saraf and San Saraf. So Saraf is going to be the one that has these extra ornamental elements or feet attached to the end of the letters. Whereas sand Sarah as the name suggests is without Sarah gifts. So most of the work that you're going to be doing in sports is going to be with sand Saraf. The number one rule of type is legibility. And with type that moves across the screen, your ultimate goal is to communicate and sand surf is going to be the choice because it's going to be sleek, clean and easy to read. For the full transcript visit: 🤍
Hi Creatives, I just built this set of 100 playful, friendly mograph elements for my patrons to play with. If you like them you can join my patreon 🤍 , the assets will be shared throughout february 2022. I used Volume Builder and Volume Mesher in Cinema 4D and Octane to render.
I see some people out there making beginner mograph (motion graphics) after effects tutorials that are like 5 minutes or 10 minutes or more. No one has that kind of time to learn anything these days so my tutorial takes 4 minutes. This is the shortest and most comprehensive mograph After Effects tutorial! Get started on your mograph journey now! One more thing…in case this wasn’t obvious…instead of trying to make a silly little joke when naming your layers and comps, be sure to give them names you can actually use to identify them later… AE Project Files: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #aftereffectstutorial #aftereffects #aftereffectsprojectfile #motiongraphics #motiondesign #characteranimation Music used in this video: Bossa Antigua by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 News Theme 2 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Artist: 🤍
This video goes over the mograph plain effector. As the plain effector is the basic option (hence the name) having a good understanding of it helps apply those principles to other effectors. Related Videos: Cloner: 🤍 Remapping: 🤍 Delay Effector/Field: 🤍 Random Effector/Field: 🤍
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In this tutorial we'll show you how to create a cool mograph-inspired effect in After Effects. Download Project File: 🤍 Enroll for Free in the 30 Days of After Effects Series: 🤍 - Partial, Auto-Generated Transcript Below 👇 Joey Korenman (00:16): Hello again, Joey here at School of Motion and welcome to day 28 of 30 Days of After Effects. Today's video is going to be pretty cool and there's going to be a lot of expressions in it, but in the end, what you're going to end up building is a rig that in many ways, resembles MoGraph from cinema 4d, motion, graphics, artists love MoGraph because it lets you do stuff like what's going on behind me with not that many key frames and minimal effort. And it's easy to tweak. And after effects, there are some plugins that can replicate the MoGraph module, but actually this is one of the fastest and easiest ways I know to build animations like this. There's a lot of advantages to doing this way that I'm going to talk about. Now, if you're into making repetitive animations and cool geometric things like this, you're going to like this video. Joey Korenman (01:01): Don't forget to sign up for a free student account. So you can grab the project files and expressions from this lesson, as well as assets from any other lesson on the site. Now let's hop into after effects and get started. So this one is pretty cool. Um, this is something that I I've started doing a little bit more in after effects, which is trying to recreate some of the functionality of cinema 4d inside of it. Uh, for those of you that haven't used cinema four D very much, there is this big area of cinema 4d called MoGraph, which lets you very easily make repeating animation like this. Um, and sometimes I call it cascading animation because it's it's animation. That's simple. Right. But it's just offset, right? So if you just look at each piece of this, like the, these little pink balls that fly out of the center, the animation of each one is very simple, but what makes it cool is they're all offset and, you know, look at these triangles, these blue kind of triangles they're offset too, but in a random way, it's not in this like, you know, linear way. Joey Korenman (02:01): So I'm going to show you how to build a system. And I got to warn you, this is an expressions sort of based technique, but it's actually not as complicated as you'd think. And if you're getting into expressions, this is actually a really good technique to try and use as a way to figure out expressions better. So all we're going to do is we're going to make a new comp and we're just going to call this a dot. So first thing we need to do is create some animation that we can then replicate and create this cool cascading animation with. So let's make a circle and it's very important because of the way this is going to work, that we are very precise with where we put things on screen. So I want to circle right smack dab in the middle of the screen. So I'm going to double-click on this ellipse tool and this is a little trick I use because what happens is it will then put on a lips right in the middle of your frame, right in the middle. Joey Korenman (02:57): And now if I go to the ellipse path and I set the size to 10 80 by 10 80, now it's a perfect circle and now I can shrink it down and I've got a circle directly in the center. And I know, I know for sure that the anchor point is right in the middle. All right. So let's get rid of the stroke. I don't want to stroke on that. I just want a little circle just like that. So let's just do a simple little animation on this. Um, let's have it, let's have it move from the center out to the right somewhere. So let's separate the dimensions, but a key frame on X, uh, let's go forward. I know 16 frames and scoot way over here. Easy ease these. And of course we don't just want to leave it like that. We want to pop in here and we want to add a little character to this. Joey Korenman (03:42): So I'm going to have it. I'm going to have it overshoot a little bit. Okay. So let's, let's have it over shoot and swing back. Maybe it overshoots back the other way a little bit. And really, we just want something that's going to have a lot of movement to it so that when we start cloning it and offsetting the animation, it'll look really interesting. Okay. Let's see what this looks like. Cool. All right. Nice little animation there. Beautiful. Uh, and then, you know, I don't want the.to just appear in the middle. I want it to, I want it to sort of animate on. So, um, let's also animate the scale and let's just, um, let's just go to like, I don't know, frame six, make it a hundred percent there. And at frame zero, it's 0% scaled. Well, easy is this. So now it'll sort of scale up as animates on these cake.
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In this cinema 4d r25 tutorial, I will teach you the new cinema 4d MoGraph animation. it's only for cinema 4d beginners. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 My Website - 🤍 Follow Me! Youtube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Hands-on with Maxon Cinema 4D R25 Beginners Workshop: Part 5 - MoGraph Over six Wednesdays in September and October, join our series of webinars that will show you how to get comfortable in Cinema 4D from scratch! Maxon Trainers Elly Wade and Matt Umney will take you through the basics of Cinema 4D R25 from start to finish, including a whole bunch of tips, tricks and techniques. These 2-hour sessions are also especially useful for students and people who want to increase their Cinema 4D knowledge. Attendees are invited to follow along with the techniques, with included project files. Post your work for us to see using the hashtag #HOWMaxon Registration Link: 🤍 Project Files: 🤍 Part 1: Getting Started in Cinema 4D R25 Part 2: Modelling Part 3: Lighting and Materials Part 4: Animation and Dynamics Part 5: MoGraph Part 6: Rendering 00:00 Introduction to the Course 02:41 Session Objectives 04:50 The Cloner 15:35 Cloner Q&A 20:46 Effectors 23:12 Fields 29:50 Fields Q&A 40:30 Voronoi Fracture 53:45 Voronoi Fracture Q&A 58:10 Bouncy Text Setup 01:14:44 Voronoi Slices Setup 01:29:40 Selected Object as Camera 01:32:30 Dynamic Spheres Setup 01:47:10 Vertex Map Growth Setup 02:01:00 Next Week: Rendering
Cavalry is a new player in the world of motion graphics! Think of Mograph but for 2 dimensions! It's that great! In this video I'm going through my experience with the beta and why I think it has the potential to be the next big thing! You can download Cavalry here: 🤍 OTHER LINKS: - Get one month of Skillshare free with this code: 🤍 - Learn how to build any form in Adobe Illustrator: 🤍 Host & Creator: Dimitris Katsafouros Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
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This video explains comprehensively everything about cinema 4d MoSpline. Tries to talks in details and explains almost every parameter, what it does and how its used.
This week’s theme was “Anthem” I got an absolutely insane response to the last loop - thank you to everyone (new and old) for the support. I appreciate you. I wanted this animation to reflect my newfound comfort in continuing to sing my own song so to speak and really make things I enjoy. Everything here was storyboarded in Illustrator and pushed to AE for animation. Music from Artlist. Concept development to final export all in 7.5 hours. As always, feel free to ask any questions - I’m happy to help : ) Cheers!
C4D Cloner Object & Everything Explained in Detail - Cinema 4D Mograph. This is a first of series of videos to explain comprehensively everything about cinema 4d Mograph manu. This particular video talks in details about the cloner object in cinema 4D and explains almost every parameter, what it does and how its used. #C4D #Mograph #Cinema4D
In this Cinema 4D Quick Tip we take a look at Baking Mograph animations down to objects, specifically animations that are associated with Generators and Effectors. 🤍 If you would like to support Digital Meat, or follow me on social media, see the below links. Patreon: 🤍 Merchandise: 🤍 Support: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 BEEF DOCTOR: 🤍 #DigitalMeat #C4D #Cinema4D #Maxon #Mograph
Motion designers of the world - let’s see flex you those mograph muscles! At the 2021 Mograph Games, we’re asking you to squeeze those keys, extrude some nurbs, give 110%, and go for the gold! From July 26th - August 6th, we’ll be releasing a ten-day marathon of mograph challenges for competitors of all skill levels. For all the info and the daily creative briefs, race on over to 🤍
In this webinar snippet learn how to create a Ripple Effect using Cinema 4D S24's MoGraph Tools, including the Cloner, Plain Effector and Fields. Project Files: 🤍 Learn more about the MoGraph Cloner, Effectors and Fields: 🤍
Tutorial de Maxon Cinema 4D - Mograph Motion Graphics en esta sesión te mostraré como es que realice una animación para MTV , veremos algunos conceptos básicos del modulo Mograph de Cinema 4D . Dale like si te gusto o ayudo el video - Suscribete para mas contenido Suscribete : 🤍 Facebook :🤍 Vimeo : 🤍 Pagina Web : 🤍 twitter : 🤍 nota : esta sesión fue sacada de una masterclass que se realizo en nuestro canal de VIMEO Vimeo : 🤍
Watch My First Video - 🤍 In this Cinema 4D R21 Motion Graphics & MoGraph Animation Tutorial, I will show you how to create & Learn How to create satisfying animation tutorials and really cool MIND-BLOWING 3D Animations 2019 and The Most Oddly Satisfying Videos motion graphics animation in c4d. Amazing 3D videos create a satisfying, relaxing and mind-blowing feeling to everyone who is watching this awesome and creative compilation! My Website - 🤍 Follow Me! Youtube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Mograph tutorial about creating 3D Shapes in After Effects Music used: 🤍 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Socials: Instagram: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Payhip: 🤍
A bunch of Motion Graphic Stinger Transition Ideas for DaVinci Resolve and other programs. Transitions IB: Visual Phantom and Qiwick - PeeJ Products: 🤍 Social Media: 🤍 FAQ's: 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 TikTok - 🤍 *AMV/Edit Discord Server* - 🤍 Guilded: 🤍 My server - 🤍 - * All music rights reserved to their respective owners. No copyright infringement intended. If any problems arise please contact peejentertainment🤍gmail.com to help resolve the problem* ♪ Lamp (Prod. by Lukrembo) Link : 🤍 ♪ Rose (Prod. by Lukrembo) Link : 🤍 ♪ Rainy day (Prod. by Lukrembo) Link : 🤍 - PeeJ ent PeeJ_ent PeeJ RL AMV Edit AMV Edits AMV Editing Anime Video Anime Music Video Davinci Resolve
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Coming from the Motion Graphics world and want to learn how to incorporate Houdini into your workflow? In this series we break it down into bite-sized bits to make the software less intimidating. Project Files: 🤍 Portfolio: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
En este tutorial animaremos en Cinema 4D una escalera mecánica con el módulo de MoGraph usando un modelo de Daz Studio Software: Daz Studio Cinema 4D, iClone 3DXchange 7 Iclone 7, Enlace del modelo: 🤍
Hi today! So I have decided to go back to basics with Mograph. In this video, you are going to learn the features of Mograph #cloner as a beginner. You will know what some settings do and then you will understand where to use them in your personal projects. - Please like and share this video because it helps me a lot in the #Youtube Algorithm. If you are new to this channel, Please do subscribe to it because I make tutorials like this every week. Support me through: Paypal 🤍 Patreon 🤍 SUBSCRIPTION LINK: 🤍youtube.com/jouleconcepts SOCIAL MEDIA: FB INSTAGRAM Jouleconcepts 🤍Jouleconcepts TWITTER PINTEREST 🤍Jouleconcepts 🤍Jouleconcepts REDDIT Jouleconcepts Thanks and #GodBlessYou all
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in this cinema 4d tutorial, I will create c4d mograph tutorial. Guys i use sphere, cloner, mograph tool etc.and create some particales animation. Download C4D Light+Material and Project file - 🤍