In this CINEMA 4D tutorial, we will learn how to create fancy object transitions and transformer effects. We will dive into animation and learn what is important when animating object transitions. After that, we will learn how to build up and rig models for transitions. After diving into the detailed animation process, we will make the scene render-ready and finally render the scene using the new Physical Renderer inside CINEMA 4D. Software required: CINEMA 4D R13.
Introduction and Project Overview Welcome to creating Animated Object Transitions inside CINEMA 4D, my name's Can Erduman and I live in Mayence, Germany. I'm a 3D artist with a strong emphasis on animation. I've worked freelance since 2007 and I use 3ds Max, Maya, and mostly Cinema 4D for my daily business. In this tutorial, I would like to show you how to make fancy object transitions. First of all, we will plan the animation. Talk about style, motion, flow, and arcs. Then I will show you some example scenes I did and how to rig them, fast and effective. Afterwards I will show you tools, such as transformers, factors, and mograph. After that, we will prepare the model for animation. Recompute and finally start animating the transitions. In the final lesson, I will show you how to render the scene with effects like chromatic operation, doubtful field, and vignette using the new physical renderer system inside Cinema 4D. I will try to keep the videos short, funny, and interesting. Because, after all, the most important thing is to have fun while doing the lessons.