The Designers Guide to Motion Graphics - Part 2

Pete Maric, Designer | Cinema 4D Expert | Founder, Triplet 3D

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13 Videos (1h 29m)
    • 01 Materials

    • 02 Applying Materials

    • 03 Lights Camera Mograph

    • 04 Hex Shape

    • 05 Tech Shape

    • 06 Timeline

    • 07 Tech 2 Animation

    • 08 Tech 2 Animation Cont

    • 09 Tech 3 Animation

    • 10 Wings Animation

    • 11 Wings Animation Cont

    • 12 Wings2 Animation

    • 13 Sweep NURBS


About This Class


In this in-depth motion graphics tutorial you will learn how to use vector shapes for 3D motion graphics. Making use of existing vector artwork for 3D modeling is a huge advantage for designers. It makes the workflow much easier, saves time, and allows the designer to start animating a lot faster in the production process. This new tutorial will change the way you use vector graphics.  

In part 2 of a 4-part series you will learn about materials, texturing, lights, cameras, and the basics of MoGraph. 





Pete Maric

Designer | Cinema 4D Expert | Founder, Triplet 3D

Pete Maric founded Triplet 3D in Cleveland, Ohio in 2013, with the goal of creating a 3D studio that can bring together a wide range of skill sets and experience to deliver inventive, high quality work to clients.

He graduated from The Cleveland Institute of Art before working for three of the top 50 retail design firms in the US. In 2001, he began working independently in the architectural industry and worked with brands such as Adidas, Nintendo, Everlast and Go Media. His work has been featured in the Adobe Illustrator WOW! books, Photoshop User Magazine, Architecture in Perspective, Cleveland Magazine and House Trends.

Since 2008, he’s been developing his CGI expertise, and teaches modeling and 3D animation at The Cleveland Institute of Art and Tri-C Community College.

Pete is also passionate about playing guitar and has been actively writing, performing and recording music for over 20 years. He was awarded two scholarships to the world-renowned Berklee College of Music. You’ll find Pete playing guitar everywhere from festivals to the local pub.

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He can be reached at [email protected]