One of my favourite creative agencies ever SEHSUCHT have developed another beautiful motion graphic piece for the 19th annual MTV European Music Awards 2012.
The piece revolves around a huge Zoetrope, a fast-moving carousel which takes you on a music journey through time. It’s flawless, beautifully animated sequences and amazing art direction make it one of my favourite Cinema 4D animations this year.
Check out the video and the making of below.
It’s amazing when something is so life-like, you cant tell what is CG and what is real. In this case, it’s all real.
Introducing Ferrofluids, The black liquid mixture made up of nano-sized, iron-containing particles suspended in water or an organic solvent. When a magnetic field is applied, the ferrofluid puffs out, creating some alien-looking shapes and formations.
It’s officially on my Xmas wishlist!
Every so often, a piece of motion graphic art is created which breaks the mold and sets a new benchmark.
Paul Clement recently created “Headphones” for Ministry of Sound with the help of Cinema 4D, which totally blew me away. He was kind enough to also create a breakdown of the piece in which he shows just how much effort it takes to be great.
I invite everyone interested in motion graphics to download the breakdown and play it frame by frame to understand just how small movement, detail in design and how a great masterpiece is created procedurally – using small instances of an object to build a greater animation.
Check out Headphones here.
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I’ve always found that even the tiniest inspiration can go a long way in fueling the creative process. Nemetschek Vectorworks and MAXON recently held a rendering competition based on three categories: rendering with CINEMA 4D, animation with CINEMA 4D and rendering with Renderworks® 2011. Above is “Modern uboot-kitchen” by Sina Grage which won in the Cinema 4D Animation Category. Congrats to Sina and the rest of the winners. For the full story, click here