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Each student should have mid-level experience of Cinema4D and prior knowledge of the fundamentals of rigid body dynamics within Cinema4D. You should also be able to use After Effects to a basic standard.
Minimum software requirements:Cinema 4D After Effects
The masterclass is online, so you will have access to it 24/7
Breakdown of an infinite dynamic looping animation
Learn the fundamental elements that go into creating a looping animation that features dynamic collisions, from setup through to render and comping.
Rigging a dynamic rag doll
This lesson is a dummies guide to making a dummy! Learn advanced techniques needed to create a ragdoll with Cinema4D’s rigid body dynamic system.
Rigging breakable cars
Here you will create a dynamic proxy for the structure of the car which will also make use of connectors and feature breakable parts.
Setting up the crashing scene
This is where the fun begins! You’ve already spent time carefully making these cars, now you will make them break! In this lesson you will set up the crashes and match the timings of these to a continuous camera move.
Onto lighting and rendering. Certain techniques are needed when lighting and rendering the scene in order to make it loop more seamlessly.
Make it Loop!
Now you will comp the render in After Effects to complete the infinite, seamless loop effect.
Michael Marczewski is a British freelance animator director in London. Since leaving world-renowned design studio ManvsMachine, Michael has gone on to carve out a name for himself creating animations that mix sharp design and satisfying animation with his trademark dark humour.
Comedy is the driving force behind Michael's commercial projects and short films. Both which are often rendered in a colourful, sweet looking style that he often subverts with moments of violence. As well as creating short films, which have regularly been picked for Vimeo Staff picks, Michael also creates many series of short, punchy animations for Instagram.