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Wrapping Up 2014 2014 was a great year for Triplet 3D! We had the privilege of working with many great companies from all over the United States, from The Aldrich Museum in Connecticut to the Clinics of North Texas in […]
Happy Holidays from Triplet 3D All images created with Cinema 4D and Photoshop.
Maya vs 3DS Max vs Cinema 4D Whether you are new to 3D or have been working with it for sometime, you know there are many different software options to choose from. One of the most common questions asked by […]
3D Visualization: Glass Renders in Cinema 4D Over the past several weeks, I’ve been experimenting with rendering glass materials in Cinema 4D. Below is an explanation of my process. Materials One of the things I learned was the simpler the […]
9 Tips for an Efficient 3D Modeling Workflow Whether you are about to begin your first 3D modeling project or you’re an advanced modeler, there are several things you can do to improve your workflow and efficiency. Incorporate the following […]
A Beginners Guide to Getting Started in 3D Getting started in 3D can be exciting, but overwhelming at the same time. There are many options to choose from for specializations, software, hardware, and training. Once you narrow down the area […]
Daily Explorations: Animated Stills in After Effects For this daily explorations project, I experimented with techniques for animating still images. The main purpose of this was to figure out an interesting way to incorporate stills into my demo reel. All […]
Cel Animation: Animated Alphabet in After Effects In this daily explorations series, I focused on cel animation using Photoshop and After Effects to create an animated alphabet. This is my first attempt at 2D cel animation, it’s a great technique […]
Animated Backgrounds in After Effects Part of my Daily Explorations series, I focused on creating animated backgrounds in After Effects for the past few weeks. To create these backgrounds, I used a simple shape layer (square, ellipse, polygon, or star) […]
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