Kingston College - "Calder" Animation

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One of the best places in the UK to learn CINEMA 4D is Kingston College - http://www.kingston-college.ac.uk - in Surrey, England. Kingston has been using CINEMA 4D on various courses since the days of version 5 in 1999.

"This is a short 3D animation based on the sculpture and painting of the American artist Alexander Calder. The key to the project was effective use of lighting and understanding how to control the animation using sound in CINEMA 4D." -- Shkelzen Kernaja, third year project, BA (Hons) Digital Arts Degree course.

The Sound Effector in CINEMA 4D was used together with a Cloner object to drive the animation so that the animation was in synch to the music. These tools form part of the MoGraph toolset, used by leading motion graphics artists to create some of the best adverts and idents on TV today.

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2012's end of year show wesbite: http://www.orthodoxii.com
2011's end of year show wesbite: http://www.misce11any.org
2010's end of year show wesbite: http://www.10byten.org

For more information, contact the programme leader:
mark.owen@kingston-college.ac.uk

http://www.kingston-college.ac.uk

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