Cinema 4D Video Tutorial: Vectorized Art Using Sketch and Toon
Learn how to create a vectorized line art animation in this Cinema 4D Video Tutorial.
One of the coolest (and lesser known) features in Cinema 4D is the ability to render out a vectorized 2D style animation using the Sketch and Toon effect. The following tutorial by EJ Hassenfratz at Eyedesyn shows how to use this flat, line-art style in the following animation:
All of the effects and plug-ins used in this tutorial are native to Cinema 4D. The tutorial covers:
- Sketch Style Tags
- Working with Outlines and Overlaps
- Choosing Background Colors
- Working Matte Materials
- Advanced Sketch and Toons Options
You can also download the project files from Eyedesyn’s website.
This video was shared by EJ Hassenfratz on Eyedesyn.com. Thanks for sharing EJ!
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