using Maxon Cinema 4D (with: X-Particles, TurbulenceFD, NitroBlast and others), Adobe After Effects (with: Element 3D, Nodes 2, Trapcode Suite and others).
almost 9 meters (30 feet) long and 3 meters high (10feet) space available in a confectionery and “almost” the absolut freedom to create whatever I wanted.
“the gods“ of chocolate and all those fine goodies became my theme including the client’s wish to show his products with it.
Based on Manuel’s tutorial “CREATING GEOMETRY WITH PYTHON IN C4D” I created a little rig to have all XPresso and Python ready in a c4d-file with some user-data to fill in and get started right away!
here a quick sample of what it does:
for the Swiss Kantonalbank I had the opportunity to contribute with some Motion Design for a movie that will be feautred during the Management-Forum 2016.
I was responsible for the creation on an Intro, 3D Animations that reveal 5 questions that will be asked during the film, animated Lower-Thirds for each interview-partner, the Outro for the final credits and the music.
classic, laid-back, timeless and elegant was my motto for the concept for each part to fit seamless into the footage that was provided.
here an edit with the focus on the Motion Design elements that were used:
starting with TurbulenceFD and using its simulation to drive about 2 million X-Particles with advection.
those were saved to prt-files with 10 partitions and loaded with the “Krakatoa PRT Loader” back into the Cinema 4D scene.
result were about 20 million particles that have been rendered into this clip!
3’000’000 X-Particles driven by TurbulenceFD inside Cinema 4D in 3D space and rendered with Krakatoa.
little tribute to the adorable Scarlett: she’s so … hmmm!
edit of some work and experimenting which uses X-Particles and TurbulenceFD.
to view this reel in HD -> watch it here on the ANIMATION page.
February seems to become the month of Turbulence FD jobs.
here some tornadoish-style samples for a new project using TurbulenceFD driven by X-Particles inside C4D.