Create a LoFi / Chillwave Star Wars Loopable Animation
To celebrate May the 4th, Jonathan Winbush teaches you how to create a Star Wars-inspired loopable animation with LoFi music. It features a Boba Fet and R2D2 on a ship looking into a wormhole. He uses the following tools and elements:
- Star Wars characters from a video game that you can download for free
- Freebie: Cinema 4D Model Pack: Hard Surface Kitbash Elements V3 (I think this is the right one!)
- Boris FX Continuum Particle Illusion
- Pixel Sorter and film in Boris FX Sapphire
- For the host apps, he uses Adobe After Effects and Maxon Cinema 4D
- LoFi music for the sound track
If you’re looking to create your own LoFi music, we have a deep dive article into the tools and the process. In Depth: Creating Lofi Music & 10 Popular Tools to Help You Create It
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