About a month ago, someone commented on a #YouTube video that I had done, and they wanted to know how to create the "Toy Story Look" inside of #AfterEffects using Video Copilot's #Element3D. This request just happened to coincide with my kids binge watching the first 3 #ToyStory movies in anticipation of seeing #ToyStory4. As I was playing around...I thought it might be kind of fun to create a "real world" scenario for for this tutorial, so I mocked up a faux 10 second socia
Using Motion Boutique's #NewtonAE in Adobe #AfterEffects to generate a physics simulation and then attach the resulting simulation to Video Copilot's #Element3D objects for 3D physics in After Effects!
Previously I showed you how to texture box art for a product shot using the "Set Selection" tag in #Cinema4D as well as #Element3D in #AfterEffects, and in this #Tutorial, I'm gonna create #Octane materials and how I went about creating the final #Octanerender.
In a previous #Tutorial, I talked about texturing box art for a product shot using the "Set Selection" tag in #Cinema4D. In this tutorial, I discuss doing the same thing, but in #AfterEffects and using Video CoPilot's #Element3D.
Quite a few years back, I worked with Greenberg Direct to create some #3Dmodels and #3Danimations for a direct response commercial that they were doing for a product called Zyppah RX. It was a dental appliance that helped increase the air flow of a person at night to reduce the amount of snoring. Since the basic shape of the appliance is a “U”, that’s where I started. Using a text spline, I found a font in which the capital “U” closely matched the shape of the referenc