Our second presentation at DFWC4D March 2018. EJ Hassenfratz gives us some quick tips in Cinema4D and teases his new course for School of Motion.
Dave Koss and Matt Milstead begin DFWC4D with a talk about how they created content for Deadmau5, A Christmas Card, and Rick and Morty New Years.
Take a look at how Deadmau5 uses Cinema 4D and how we collaborated to create visuals for his new cube.
EJ Hassenfratz shows some amazing ways to create cartoon elements without using After Effects to the folks at DFWC4D. All Cinema 4D Sketch and Toon. Are you interested in DFWC4D meetups? Sign up to get meetup updates at http://www.dfwc4d.com.
In this quick talk at DFWC4D, Matt Milstead gives a brief look at how to setup a product shot with condensation and a splash using C4D and the Realflow for C4D plugin.
David Ariew breaks down his recently completed music video, "Walk Away." A look at Octane Render in action in Cinema4D. He also gives breakdowns of how he used Brograph's Luminous Spotlight for Octane and Greyscale Gorilla's Signal.
Deadmau5 Skypes with us to talk about Cinema4D, his background in graphics, and Render Engines.
Dave Koss speaks to the attendees at DFWC4D about the basics of Octane, Displacement with Word Machine, and Strengthening relationships in your local mograph community.
Dave Koss speaks to a class about his upbringing, what led him to animation and motion graphics, and why education is important.
Barton Damer speaks on The Art of Doing Business as a motion graphics artist.
We got the chance to interview our new bro, Mathias Omotola, Community and Events Manager at Maxon at NAB 2016.
We got the chance to interview Paul Babb the President and CEO of Maxon at NAB 2016.
We all want to create great content, but spending too much time on a project can be detrimental. Don't lose money or time on unnecessary changes. Know when to "call it."
Our initial thoughts and rundown of all the new features in R17. Also, a wish list of little things we hope they add soon. Plus, a preview of the Houdini integration video for C4D using Octane.
Matt talks shop to beginners in the industry about video production and motion graphics, and what it's like finding work out there.
I see so many people asking others about this topic and getting a vague answer. I decided it was time to go line by line through a good contract or "Agreement" as I like to call it. DISCLAIMER: This is not legal advice.
Hey guys, Dave here. I was invited to participate in the North Lake College Video/Film Professional Forum. I tried to contribute some relevant material pertaining to getting started in the motion graphics category of video production. Everyone was a lot of fun.
The speakers included Grace Kim of AMS Productions, Bill Britton of Britton HD and Dillard's, Tom Post of Postman Production, and myself.