In this tutorial we will learn a technique to offset the animation of the CC Ball Action effect to create a cool transition. This effect uses only built-in plug-in and offers creative flexibility for a variety of looks. The project file also includes a script for offsetting the layers by 1 frame to make the process easier. The tutorial is about 25 minutes but the time will fly by!
March 8th, 2010
Free Star Wars Model Pack!
Happy Star Wars day! To celebrate our love for Star Wars we are giving away a sweet collection of 3D models that we built so you can learn to create your own visual effects! Our goal is to show you tips for Lighting, Rigging and animating so you can learn to create exciting visual FX too! These are […]
An Unstoppable Force!
It’s been a crazy year! Getting an opportunity to work on Star Wars and learning how many days you can survive with no sleep. It’s been an incredible honor to work with J.J. Abrams and the amazingly talented people at Bad Robot and ILM. To see the love an dedication that went into this film […]
I’ve been playing around in Element 3D a lot and I was thinking about starting some kind of animation challenge. It’s actually been a fun free-form exercise to create something without specific parameters or rules. To design this way feels very organic and mistakes help to drive new ideas. Plus it’s an excuse to practice new techniques. […]
Another New Plug-In! (APRIL FOOLS)
We brought you Optical Flares, Element 3D, Saber and now here is Glass Eyes! Don’t waste your time with fake april fools pranks, this is a real plug-in that you can download right now! Key Uses: Create creepy videos Fix wedding videos Improve your favorite movie scenes Add personality Features: Custom Pupils Pupil Size Control […]