1. 3D & Motion Graphics

3D & Motion Graphics Learning Guides

Master 3D modelling and motion graphics with this awesome collection of learning guides. Each one is a collection of the best free tutorials to help you nail the topic of your choice.

For example, if you want to learn Adobe After Effects from scratch, you can't go wrong with the "Welcome to After Effects" guide. Then, when you've got the basics down, you can try some other guides like building a well-organised After Effects template or creating some stylish user interface elements.

You can also try plenty of other amazing learning guides covering practical projects in Cinema 4D, Maya, 3ds Max, and more.

  1. Commercial Production Series: Razer Blade Gaming Laptop

    5 Posts
    Over the course of this seven part series, you'll learn the secrets of professional commercial creation, as you build a high quality advertising spot for a Razer gaming laptop from the ground up. utilizing the powerful combination of 3D Studio Max, Cinema 4D and After Effects, you'll work through the entire process in detail, with real-time instruction.
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  2. Create the iPhone 4S in 3D Studio Max

    5 Posts
    In this multi-part project, you’ll create the iPhone 4S in 3d Studio Max using tried and true poly modeling techniques. You’ll learn how to setup and model from six view blueprints, create precision cuts, terminate edge loops and add proper supporting geometry to retain surface shape when adding subdivision. The overall goal of the project will be to create a model capable of standing up to the closest renders.
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  3. Revealing Nature's Magnificence

    4 Posts
    In this series, you’ll learn how to create a cool macro style render using 3D Studio Max, Photoshop and V-Ray. Author Wassim Ouartsi walks you through the entire process from start to finish, and provides a detailed breakdown along the way.
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  4. Productivity and Building a Better Workflow

    13 Posts
    Whether you're relatively new to computer graphics or an experienced cg veteran. It's important to have a personal workflow in place that allows you to be productive. Taking the time to customize your software's interface, learn keyboard shortcuts, strategize a new project or build your own personal asset library may seem daunting or unnecessary at first, but in the long run setting these up early on will save you an enormous amount of time.
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