Creating Isometric Animations with Cinema 4D and After Effects

In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create isometric style designs inside of Cinema 4D and After Effects!

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Topics covered include:

• Easily creating a maze using the Maze Generator Website
• Differences between Isometric and Parallel cameras in Cinema 4D
• Creating an Isometric Camera inside of Cinema 4D that is compatible with compositing elements in After Effects using Cineware
• Using Cineware to composite 3D elements with 3D layers in After Effects
• Learning how to create an Isometric Camera completely inside of After Effects
• Using Extruded Shape Layers in After Effects using the Cinema 4D Renderer
• Tip and tricks for creating an animation using an Isometric Camera

If you have any questions about Creating Isometric Animations in Cinema 4D and After Effects, post them in the comments section!  If you create anything using this technique, be sure to share it with me on TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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