Creating flat vector-based artwork that moves along the X, Y, and Z planes is a fun and beautiful way to give an animated infographic style and energy.
You can mimic this 2D look with a 3D animation-like feel using the power of CINEMA 4D and After Effects combined. I’ll show mograph artists how to achieve this simple style of rendering using a series of project-based examples: a sophisticated particle reaction, a complex DNA chain sequence, a button, and a coin animation.
- Creating clones
- Adding materials and versioning
- Cloning, repeating, and stepping
- Animating the camera
- Matching elements to the animation
- Compositing elements