In the following tutorial you will learn how to use the Mesh, Gradient, Shape Builder and Spiral Tool to make an illustration of lipstick. The skills you will learn can easily be transferred to creating various basic objects, so let’s get started!
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the Jonah Hex – style flying logo. In this tutorial using Cinema 4D, we will model and animate the logo. Then in After Effects, by using presets and expressions, we’ll insert sparks, explosions, dust, fire and much more
In today’s quick tip, Dimitar Katerov will explain what proxy objects are, and how they can be used to render an insane amount of polygons in a single scene. If you’ve ever gone through the pain inducing task of trying to render a scene with a few hundred high-res tree models, then this quick tip
In this tutorial, we’ll be building a class file that creates a stylized mask for any DisplayObject. The mask will be based on Perlin noise, and create an effect of growing holes that progressively “eat away” at the DisplayObject until it is completely obscured. Along the way, we’ll learn some of the more advanced techniques
Follow this tutorial and you will find out how to draw a clock that goes round and round to the infinite with the help of Adobe Illustrator’s Art Brushes. You will also learn some tricks on how to make all the hours and the divisions to fit perfectly
Global Illumination can be a little confusing at first, but really helps in creating realistic, nice looking scenes. This Cinema4D tutorial by Cgtuts+ regular Konstantin Muromtsev will help you better understand Global Illumination by discussing various lighting techniques, as well as explaining some of the render settings needed to achieve a good result