Over the years at fxphd, weve done a lot of great courses covering working in After Effects and other apps, doing both motion graphics and visual effects. This has even included developing our own in-house fxphd projects. For AFX216, were switching it up a bit and are going to cover several different interesting projects during the term. Well dive into details regarding these real world projects, taking a several of them from concept to completion.
Tim Clapham returns to FXPHD with a new Cinema 4D course aimed at intermediate users. This course consists of several short projects which will take you through many features of Cinema 4D using a practical approach. Tim covers key features such as MoGraph, Dynamics and Xpresso as well as workflow tricks to facilitate efficient production. You will explore modelling techniques, material and shader creation, lighting and rendering. 3D Rendering and compositing go hand in hand and Tim includes After Effects as part of the classes. Taking your multipass renders and camera information from Cinema 4D into After Effects to add supers, graphic elements and to grade shots. This is a fast paced course so some Cinema 4D experience is required.