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Cinema4D to AfterEffects Sketch Look


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Hey everyone,

 

I'm trying to find a tutorial that I watched like 3 years ago. Already tried finding it through the search funktion, but I had no luck.

Basically there's this guy explaining his workflow for a project he did (I believe it was something like birth control pills or such?!) 

and how he managed to achieve a certain look. This being a sketch and toon kinda look, without actually having to render it in C4D.

He sets up a basic scene in Cinema and brings it over to AfterEffects where he layers and comps it and then shows how fast you

can get results using this technique.

 

I know, my description is super vague, yet I hope someone will remember this video somehow.

 

Thanks so much!

Gregor

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  • 4 weeks later...

In AE when jou have a line drawing roughen edges and wiggle wil l render a neat distortion of the image. I you have vector paths you can use wiggle path too. Try animating the paper underneath it also with a little crumple.

 

here's alink to a ae tutorial https://youtu.be/I8-MwiPuzlI

 

Philip

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Hey Philip,

thanks so much for your response. This effect looks actually pretty close to what I was talking about.

Only thing is - I remember that in the tutorial I was talking about, the dude was showing a technique to give cinema4d

files the drawn look (just like the tutorial you posted but with c4d files instead).

 

Thanks so much for response, though!

Gregor

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