A little interview I did with the good folks at Line Digital
LIFE AFTER PI Documentary. Great insight into why the Rhythm and Hues were forced to file for bankruptcy despite winning an oscar shortly afterwards.
Computer sims that teach themselves to walk. fascinating! and also a bit like watching human traffic on a Saturday night in Macclesfield.
Great interview and insight here into the Motion Graphics design process and inspiration.
A walk cycle every week for 4 months by Conor Whelan.
Workaholics aren’t heroes. They don’t save the day, they just use it up. The real hero is already home because she figur…
Here’s how to get your C4D splines out of C4D and into Illustrator.
- Rotate/view your model in the camera top view.
- Go file, export. Select ‘DXF’
- Import the DXF into illustrator
I’ve yet to experiment with spline options in C4D so changing to adaptive natural, uniform etc might help gain more control over the density of points generated by C4D.
If you are cloning a spline be sure to select the cloner and go to ‘current state to object’ this will create a null full of the cloned splines which can then be exported using the above method. Simple!