After Effects Tutorial – Create Cel Shaded 3D Objects Using the Cinema 4D Renderer

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In this tutorial we’re going to learn about the brand new Cinema 4D renderer included in After Effects CC 2017 & how to create a cel shaded 3D object!

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Topics covered include:
• Converting Illustrator files into Shape Layers
• The difference between the old Raytraced 3D Renderer & Cinema 4D Renderer
• Extruding shape layers
• Using Lights to add cel shading to extruded objects
• Adding colors to specific parts of extruded objects (Front/Back/Side/Bevel)
• Learn about optimizing the Cinema 4D Renderer render settings for optimal RAM preview playback
• Creating an Isometric style camera for flatter, more geometric compositions

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