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CUBE FOR A HEAD

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This is my submission for the GreyScaleGorilla 5 second projects challenge called “Nothing But Cubes”. I’d not seen these challenges on the GSG website which is quite funny when there is a similar feature here on RMF but for photographers… Anyway, I thought I would join in and came up with something nicely surreal and a bit weird….

I hope you enjoy 5 seconds of my mind……

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By | 2018-01-06T19:05:37+00:00 April 30th, 2012|Cinema 4D, Video|1 Comment

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  1. Adna May 23, 2012 at 9:09 am - Reply

    Hi Nick, another UK vieewr and I’m in work at 9 in the morning so staying up to watch live streams at 2am isn’t that sensible (until hockey season starts anyway!)So a big question for me that I think a lot of people would be interested in is what method do you recommend for shadow catching’ moving from C4D to AE with tracked footage. I’ manged to ham-fistedly get something running last night using a visible plane in my render, a shadow pass and object buffers which doesn’t seem ideal. The shadowcatcher plugin seems horrendous and turns a 5 second per frame render into minutes per frame for some reason. I’m also thinking 2 renders, one for the beauty pass with now shadow catching plane, and then one with no objects and only the shadow pass allowing more flexibilty without cluttering with object buffers/track mattes. What do you recommend? Future workflow tutorial?C4D r12 give us a not seen by camera but catch shadows’ button in the compositing tag (I’m still on r10, I’m assuming r11 doesn’t have this!)Cheers, have a good one. Matt

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