12 frame abstractions from what normally happens at 12:00 noon, 5 unique GIFs generated from a larger body 15 second piece which is loop-able. Inspired by my love for abstract filmmakers like Stan Brakhage, and their use of light. Also re-inspired by Galen Johnson after reading his interview on Art of the Title (we had similar beginnings in Architecture).
Conceptually a gallery room that deforms according to current room occupancy, therefore no one should ever know its "rest" state.
Balloons, 25 minutes in Cinema 4d, most of which was render...very very bored... This could use some color correcting
Felt like making something colorful ... is that a good enough concept lol...Anyway, my usual Cinema 4d render, photoshop post work.
Its been a while, over a month since I posted, kinda been busy with School of Motion's Animation Bootcamp with Joey. If anyone reads this, you should take this class if you feel you could improve your animation skills. Its cheap enough and well worth it...Anyways today's render is brought to you by the person in your office who just won't SHUT UP!
Man I should start posting these on Dribble or somewhere, my blog get 0 traffic smh..
State of mind right now...lol...Maybe this is serious and doesn't need a lol
This short animation is a response to Google's release of their new logo and their animated GIF which I thought was interesting. Today is also the day when they decided Flash is browsers was no longer important...this day will go down in history. Anyway, exploring 2D animation over lunch, I decided to quickly throw this together. After I posted it, I realized the Google's original had the balls doing a follow through... maybe next time.....
Here's something to wonder: If I mention Google one more time in my post, will my SEO rankings drop? I don't know, I guess I'll find out tomorrow, either way no one visits my site
Figured with all this hard work, I deserve a trophy....So I designed one in Cinema 4d
Not sure how this started, but I was working with meatballs, to see how soft I could make something without actually making it soft...
Last week I was asked to recreate a bottle to scale by someone, so I think I'll post it. Might as well
I rarely, well never repost other articles, but having an Architecture background, and being driven by music, I thought this was a good read.
It seeks to develop your understanding of spaces and time, and choreography and cinematography, metaphorically linking each. I do enjoy smashing two things together that are seemingly distant, and this article embodies that.
Article: Dario Goodwin. "What Can Music Videos Teach Us about Architecture?" 05 Aug 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 5 Aug 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/771142/what-can-music-videos-teach-us-about-architecture/>
So i saw a Sony logo somewhere on the internet, and decided to rip it off in Cinema 4D. Im pretty sure this is super old and they may not use it anymore. Anyway, this is what 30 mins of work looks like haha.
I have been getting a lot of love on insta and reddit http://redd.it/3bzu4d for this post, so I needed to throw it up here too.
Created in Cinema 4d, post production in Photoshop, I set out to create abstract art that was all robots, mechanical and post apocalyptic, or didnt consist of spheres or something that was obviously made in a 3d program. It needed to be able to occupy spaces in a gallery, in MoMa or the DMA or simply across someone's fireplace...So i ended up with this.
Testing out the cloner and orientation properties again, so I can try to solve a problem I had a few months ago on a project that went dormant. I figured out the solution, so time to go apply it to that project. Anyway, this image came out of the tests, so Im throwing it up on the blog...its purple.
Conceptually this began as a sci-fi football/soccer room which would be developed for a logo. I then decided the lighting would be better if it had daylight. Took it into Photoshop, 10 minute composite and color correct...Still I might use this as a scene in the future. #Jam4d
Put out a render to start promoting Jamaica 4D. A Cinema 4D community for Jamaicans, living in Jamaica or in the USA or UK or Canada...or anywhere else.
#JAM4D on Instagram if you are one of us...or @gionormal
Here is a render from a monthly challenge on the from the /r/Cinema4d subreddit. Theme was "Monochromatic"
Rendering fur is tricky, you have to get the lighting, and camera just right, or it just seem fake. Also picking the right lighting and then of course Ambient occlusion is also necessary
Hello internet welcome to the blog of Jam4d also known as Jamaica 4D, hosted by Giovanni Grant. This is a personal blog where I will try to post what Im working on, stills, small projects and ideas. You will also see a bit of inspirational content or stuff I like around the web.
Stay tuned long enough and you may see some Cinema 4D tutorials.