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Motion Design

Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by RAZAUNO, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. RAZAUNO

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    Motion Design

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    good stuffs.
     
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    great start, i've got a ton of links for this.

    Either of you visit mograph at all?
     
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    nope..what's the url?
     
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    http://www.mograph.net

    motion graphics forum
    not really as relaxed as here but they have an enormous list of reels.
     
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    diggity - Replied Oct 13, 2004

    are either of you using 3d or just after effects? if so what application?

    im torn between C4D and Maya.

    C4D is just so much easier to use.
     
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    ahh actually my friend did hip me to this mograph board but i totally forgot about it...i heard it's a good spot to find work for motion designers...i'm not quite there yet, but hopefully i'll make the transition from web to motion within the next year or so...

    i haven't been able to "evaluate" a good version of Cinema4d...from what i know it's a bit easier for simple stuff...

    Maya's a beast...i installed it but i haven't really had time to sit down and figure any of it out...3d applications for some reason, are really hard for me to grasp...i wish they'd just come out with an osX version of 3d studio max...

    i was using lightwave for a bit...bought a crazy book on it but totally lost the drive to sit there and go through tutorials...
     
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    i've got books on both, its hard to find a decent book on any of them cause 3d aps have so much on character animation.

    Cinema is a pain in the ass to get a working version, maya is way easier to "work around" registration problems.

    I found cinema to be really simular to 3dmax, although im sure max is more high end but for most applications you dont need all that shit.

    PM me if you need "assistance" on the cinema problem, maybe we can work out something together. It's AE import is SO NICE.
     
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    this is so true; i have cinema 4d and the serial number is no longer valid...
    just when i was getting into it too. i get so unmotivated easily, it's so easy
    to forget what you've learned if you're not playing with the program everyday.

    maya is intimidating. i'm sure i will learn it eventually.
     
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    diggity - Replied Oct 13, 2004

    thats exactly how i feel. when cinema expires, delete the .plist file for it and use the same serials again, sucks cause you gotta do it every 3 months but better than the alternative.



    heres a link to some After effects scripts and expressions

    http://www.aenhancers.com/
     
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