Mt. Mograph, a youtube user with excellent C4D chops, offers a tutorial on how to make a low-poly animated lighthouse scene.
Following up on our Review of CrazyTalk Animator 3.1 we share an intro video from Reallusion. Want to learn how to quickly animated a 2D scene? This is the tutorial to start with.
As part of my "easy humans" series, I bring you yet another application that can make it easy for you to implement 3d humans in your games or interactive real-time 3d applications. However, unlike most apps I've tried before, this one offers game-ready characters, making your life a lot easier.
Chris Schmidt, of Greyscalegorilla, offers 50 minutes of awesome tips in using Maxon's Cinema 4D. Rebroadcast from Cineversity NAB presentation in 2017.
Unity instructor, Adam Buckner, provides an excellent beginner's intro to coding in Unity. From Unity3D's Live Training Archive.
Level optimization is a very important element in game development. Unfortunately, I've seen it's also of the most ignored subjects, especially when it comes to independent developers.
Adobe has a great new series of very short (one minute) tutorials called, "Make it Now". These are handy instructions to create a variety of neat graphics. We've posted a playlist and have featured the "How to Create an Animated Gif" for your reading pleasure.
We look at Maxon's Quick Tips for Cinema 4D from their YouTube channel. Tip 141 covers using the shadow-catcher shader in Cinema 4D.
Users of Maxon's excellent Cinema 4D need look no further than these 5 websites for tutorials and news. Of course, there are more, but we think these are the best!
Final chapter in the two-month long article on building a new PC workstation for 3D/Video rendering. In this last entry we look at overclocking, tests and final thoughts.
Staff Writer, M.D. McCallum, takes a look at modular power supplies for modern video cards.
In this two-part tutorial, you will learn how to match colors in Photoshop so you can create designs that are in the exact hue of Pantone's Color of the Year. This is part two!
M.D. McCallum helps sort out how to solve YouTube channel issues like "No Reply" and "Failed to Post". His solutions can help you save time and trouble managing your YouTube channel.
Maxon has an amazing collection of quick tips for Cinema 4D on their YouTube channel. Here's one we quite liked on fracturing hollow objects.
Part four of Ricky's Let's Build a PC covers windows 10 installation and system drivers. Of course, there's always problems that crop up and Ricky does some trouble shooting.
[Source: Youtube channel Brick 101] With the recent release of Lego Batman, we present a great tutorial from Brick 101 on Youtube. Created by Dave Pickett
Everyone with a story or message they want to get out there can and should use the power of video to communicate and increase share-ability of that message. Adobe Spark Video, available on the web and iOS, is the easiest way to create engaging social videos using video clips, images, text, narration, and icons.
In this two-part tutorial, you will learn how to match colors in Photoshop so you can create designs that are in the exact hue of Pantone's Color of the Year. This is part one!
The third in our series on building a workstation PC from scratch. In this edition we start putting the parts together to build the PC!
In part 2 of gToon's workstation build, he goes into the parts that he has chosen and why. Be sure to view the picture gallery and follow the links for more info.
gToon is building a new media workstation PC! In part 1 of a 4 part series, he shares his ideas about research and decision making that will affect the parts he chooses to build a new, mega-rendering media workstation PC!
This tutorial will show you how to create a 3D logo in Cinema 4D. I will go over a primitive, deformer, a little mo text and lighting and camera work. Finishing with some renders. For more Motion Graphics Training go to mographtutors.com
The Pixel Lab is a great resource for Cinema 4D tutorials, models and other resources. Here is a tutorial from their Vimeo channel on how to create better renders.
Adobe is giving away some stock images along with a smart tutorial to create your own Christmas cards. Still note to late to make your own cards!
From import to export and everything in between, these five basic tasks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC will help you start making great videos.
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