CGI 3D Animated Short: “Morty’s”  – by ESMA

CGI 3D Animated Short: “Morty’s” – by ESMA

In the 21st century, a mother and son have an emotional and generational conflict, except for one small detail: the mother is none other than death. MORTYS (2011) Animation, Comedy, Adventure Subscribe to ESMA https://www.youtube.com/user/Esmamovies Produced by ESMA – Ecole Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques (http://www.esmaartistique.com) For More info on the film visit http://www.mortys-lefilm.com http://www.badkidow.com/ CREDITS: ..

CGI Animated Short : “The Last Train” by The Animation Hub

CGI Animated Short : “The Last Train” by The Animation Hub

Check out this terrific 3D animated classic short called “Tha Last Train” as a man of faith battles a dark creature of unknown power to save the fate of a runaway train, created by the talented team over at The Animation Hub! For more information, please see the details and links below: Euro Spar The ..

CGI VFX Breakdowns : by Kei Yoneoka

CGI VFX Breakdowns : by Kei Yoneoka

This must see for all VFX artists is Kei’s Space BattleYamato breakdown. “Space Battleship YAMATO” is one of the most famous and popular animation-series in Japan made in the 70’s. In 2010, “Space Battleship YAMATO” was recreated as a live action feature film. It was the first challenge to work on, expressing realistic space battles ..

CINEMA 4D Demo Reel 2010

CINEMA 4D Demo Reel 2010

The latest amazing 3D animations and visual effects from around the world, created using MAXON CINEMA 4D. For more info see: http://www.maxon.net

Silverwing Demo Reel 2010

Silverwing Demo Reel 2010

VFX / 3D / Compositing / Motion Graphics by Raphael Rau – http://silverwing-vfx.de Selected works from 2008-2009, created using CINEMA 4D

Solid Visual Effects for Xella’s Aerated Concrete

Solid Visual Effects for Xella’s Aerated Concrete

MAXON’s 3D software CINEMA 4D was used to help promote Xella’s aerated concrete product, Siporex. Info: XELLA / SIPOREX – 2009 Directed by Jerome Bernard 3D & Compositing: Michel Naufal & Clement Morin 3D Software: CINEMA 4D

Adding Thickness in CINEMA 4D Using Explosion FX

Adding Thickness in CINEMA 4D Using Explosion FX

There are several ways to add thickness to objects. One way is to use Explosion FX. The nice thing about this is that you can adjust the thickness later on if you change your mind about how thick it should be, whereas if you’ve added thickness via polygon modeling, it can take longer to adjust ..