Midweek Motivation: IMAGINATION: C4D, Redshift, After Effects
Jimmy Jung is a 3D artist and “a big fan of sci-fi, robot, hardsurface stuff.” Using an old time camera as inspiration, he created an entire sci-fi world and named his project “IMAGINATION”. It won the 2019 Seoul Creative Festival 12th Young Creative Award Finalist, Bronze Award. Software used: Cinema 4D, Redshift and After Effects. Where will your imagination take you?
I am a big fan of sci-fi, robot, hardsurface stuff. I tend to imagine sci-fi concepts based on anything I see around me. I wanted to visualize my imagination into a motion graphic work.
2019 Seoul Creative Festival 12th Young Creative Award Finalist, Bronze Award Winner.
- Cinema 4D
- Redshift Render
- After Effects
3D for the Whole World
Easy to learn and extremely powerful, Cinema 4D is the perfect package for all 3D artists who want to achieve breathtaking results fast and hassle-free. Beginners and seasoned professionals alike can take advantage of Cinema 4D’s wide range of tools and features to quickly achieve stunning results. Cinema 4D’s legendary reliability also makes it the perfect application for demanding, fast-paced 3D production.
Redshift Now Available as Subscription
Redshift is the world’s first fully GPU-accelerated, biased renderer built to meet the specific demands of contemporary high-end production rendering in C4D. Tailored to support creative individuals and studios of every size, Redshift offers a suite of powerful features and supports complex, advanced shading networks and texturing capabilities as required for production-quality rendering. Redshift has the features and uncompromising quality of a CPU renderer, but at GPU rendering speeds.
There’s nothing you can’t create with After Effects.
Create cinematic movie titles, intros, and transitions. Remove an object from a clip. Start a fire or make it rain. Animate a logo or character. Even navigate and design in a 3D space. With After Effects, the industry-standard motion graphics and visual effects software, you can take any idea and make it move.
Posted by Kim Sternisha