How to create a Product Box in After Effects and Element 3D using Cinema 4D and Photoshop

 How to create a Product Box in After Effects and Element 3D using Cinema 4D and Photoshop

English | 46m | Video: 720p


In this tutorial i will show you the workflow between cinema 4d and the plugin element 3D for after effects to create a product box.



First, what do you need?
you need Cinema 4D, Photoshop, After effects and the plugin element 3D.
You should bring some basic knowledge with you. But most of the stuff I will explain in detail.


We will start with modeling the box in Cinema 4D.
Then we take care of the uv map in Cinema 4d to use it in photoshop and after effects.


Then we continue by importing our model into After effects and Element 3D.
here we take care of the compositing and the animation of the product box.


I will also briefly explain the free program Materialize with which we will create a normal map.


We will use this normal map to add more details to our artwork.


After finishing this tutorial series you will have a product box template available with which you can quickly and smartly customize or exchange your artwork.


Beside the better understanding for the options in Element 3D,
you will also have a better understanding of the workflow for preparing 3d models from cinema 4d for element 3d.


More info - https://www.skillshare.com/classes/How-to-create-a-Product-Box-in-After-Effects-and-Element-3D-using-Cinema-4D-and-Photoshop/1586202916


 How to create a Product Box in After Effects and Element 3D using Cinema 4D and Photoshop


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