4.1 Wrapping Up
In this video we’ll go through what we’ve learned during the course, and I’ll give you my final thoughts on the process of creating cel-shaded paint strokes with Cinema 4D. We’ll also go through how you can expand on this technique for future designs and projects.
I hope you’ve learned something during this course. My name’s Jonathan Lam, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:30
2.Animation Using Splines2 lessons, 09:50
3.Animating Paint Strokes4 lessons, 37:20
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:16
4.1 Wrapping Up
So with that last video, we've come to the end of the animating paint strokes in Cinema 4D course. In this course, you've successfully learned how to create cel shaded animated paint strokes using a variety of different tools and modifiers available in Cinema 4D such as the Metaball modifier. We've learned how to create materials to color in our paint strokes and how to make them more natural-looking. We've also learned how we can use them and export them in Adobe After Effects, so that we can combine other project files with our animation such as from Photoshop. These techniques can be used in a variety of different ways for a range of different purposes. I hope you've learned a lot in the demos and that you can apply these skills to your own workflows. I hope that you've learned something new, and things that you haven't seen before in Adobe After Effects and in Cinema 4D. I had a lot of fun creating these animated paint strokes, so thanks for watching, good luck creating your own paint stroke animations and I'll see you next time on Tuts+.