a 3D render from another small sequence I’m working on.
Carrying on from years, One a Day 3D Animation, I have been exploring the wonderful world of 3D design and animation. One of my missions for 2015 was to produce or create an artwork, in any medium, every single day of the year.Sixty Search Website by an Woman I have continued this into 2016, if you get a chance have a look at my Tumblr page – all of the images and animations are taken or made by me.
The above images is a high resolution version of my One a Day 3D Animations, you can see the actual animation here.
One a Day 3D Animation
I have been studying 3D animation for a couple of years and in-between my photographic assignments I have been experimenting with animated GIFs. I use various open source programmes along with Cinema 4D along with after effects and Photoshop. All of my GIFs consist of only 30 frames looped to give the impression of an endless animation they must also be below 1500kb in size. There are no particular themes to them although I do take inspiration from daily events and world news (with a bit of social comment thrown in). One of my most popular was the revolving doors which got a lot of attention on Tumblr. This was my take on the May 2015 election and the Revolving doors of politics.
If you are interested in what I get up to in 2016 you can find all the links and info you need on my website.by
Some spinning looping animated squares in GIF form. Another of my “One a day” animations (For Fun)by
I have started to add my ‘One a day’ Tiny animations directly to my Tumblr Blog
Check out the latest “Formula Tentacle” Click on either the picture below or the link below (it will open in a new window)
Formula Tentacle Animation Tumblr Linkby
One a Day Animation
One of my ‘One a Day’ looping animations. I’ve called this one ‘Rotating Cube Falling Triangles’ . I’ve used the in built materials from the glass section.
Cinema 4D http://www.maxonshop.com/uk/
Four variants are currently available from MAXON: a core CINEMA 4D ‘Prime’ application, a ‘Broadcast’ version with additional motion-graphics features, ‘Visualize’ which adds functions for architectural design and ‘Studio’, which includes all modules.
Initially, CINEMA 4D was developed for Amiga computers in the early 1990s, and the first three versions of the program were available exclusively for that platform. With v4, however, MAXON began to develop the program for Windows and Macintosh computers as well, citing the wish to reach a wider audience and the growing instability of the Amiga market following Commodore’s bankruptcy.
Rotating Cube Falling Triangles