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Class Intro
Motion Graphic Artist, Haram Jung

Did you think that the live-action 3D motion graphics,
often seen in broadcasts and advertisements,
could only be produced by professional design companies?

Learn to produce dynamic effects in C4D
without having to rely on complex simulations
or third-party programs.

This class covers not only vital techniques
for texturing, lighting, and animation in C4D and Octane,
but also how to polish and render in After Effects.

It has all the tips and insights you need
to create higher-quality artwork:
from planning to the production process
of a motion graphic video.


Coloso Class Breakdown Details 1

Length: 22 videos
(15h 44m)
Difficulty: Intermediate
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Video Details

Audio: Korean
Subtitles: English

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Software Required

Cinema 4D R20
Octane 2020.1.5-R4
Adobe After Effects CC 2019
Adobe Media Encoder CC 2019
JS Displacement

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C4D project files
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Motion Graphic Artist,
Haram Jung's Profile & Portfolio


Haram Jung
Motion Graphic Artist

Hello, my name is Haram Jung and
I'm a Motion Graphic Designer.

I started my career as a 3D motion graphic artist
at GIANTSTEP in South Korea.
Since then, I have been in charge
of various motion graphic projects:
from the opening/closing design
for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
to new media work for Incheon Airport's
New Media Tower. I have also done
advertisement work
for large companies such as Samsung and Kia,
OFFF Barcelona 2018, and brand title projects
for games like Resident Evil 2.

Currently, I'm mainly collaborating
with Elastic in LA, USA and Tendril Studio
in Toronto, Canada, working on a wide range of projects
from full animation music videos to commercial films as a freelancer.

Through this class, I'll teach you an efficient
one-person production process that will enable
you to plan and produce a trendy live-action
motion graphic on your own.

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6 Class Exercises


Class Highlights

C4D + Octane + After Effects Everything About Solo-Production

Learn the overall process of becoming a director through the case study, from planning live 3D motion graphics to production using Cinema 4D, Octane Renderer, and After Effects.

Coloso Haram Jung Introduction

Implement Effects & Details Without Third-Party Programs

Without learning a third-party program such as X-particle or turbulance FD, I will share the know-how to increase the dynamic effect and detail created only with the Mograph function and Octane of C4D.

Coloso Haram Jung Introduction

Workflows and Pipelines That Effectively Boost Quality

We will learn the pipelines and workflows used in practical work to apply live-action-based theories and laws to 3D work to produce more high-quality motion graphics.

Coloso Haram Jung Introduction

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SECTION 01. Overview

01. Orientation

  1. Instructor Introduction
  2. Class Introduction
  3. Software Required for the Class
  4. Class Goals and Key Points
SECTION 02. Octane Render

02. Octane Render Setting

  1. Difference Between Biased Render and UnBiased Render
  2. Advantages of Octane and Efficient Setting Method
  3. Difference Between Direct Lighting & Path Tracing and How to Use it
SECTION 03. Composition

03. Planning / Moodboard & Boardmatics Production

  1. Overall Workflow Description
  2. Collect References for the Direction and to Create the Desired Atmosphere with the Mood Board
  3. With Collected References, Create Boardmatics with Music to Understand the Flow of the Work
SECTION 04. Office Design & Animation

04. Layout

  1. Importance of Real Scale
  2. Creating Depth with Foreground, Short-range View, and Distant View
  3. Emphasize the Subject Matter by Drawing Attention

    * Shot 01-04 scene file will be provided

05. Lighting

  1. Expressing the Change of Shade According to the Size of Light
  2. How to Set the Mood According to the Color Temperature of Light
  3. Dividing the Screen with Light and Shadow

    * Shot 01-04 scene file will be provided

06. Volume Lighting

  1. Volume Scattering Light Production Using Octane Volume
  2. Introducing Production Methods of Volume Lighting
  3. How to Use Volume Pass in After Effects

    * Shot 01-04 scene file will be provided

07. Coffee Cup Texturing

  1. Expressing Realistic Subject Matter Texture Only with Textures and Features in Octane Node
  2. Get Yourself Familiar with Octane Composite Material
  3. Increase Your Understanding of the Black & White Luminance Map
  4. Increasing the Detail Using Texture Animation

    * Coffee cup C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 03 scene file will be provided

08. Octane Camera

  1. Learn the Main Functions of Octane Camera and How to Use It
  2. How to Use and Calculate Motion Blur
  3. How to Adjust the Depth of the Camera According to the Situation

09. Animation

  1. Tips for Adding Scene Detail even with Simple Animations
  2. Ball Animation
  3. Camera Animation
  4. 3D glitch animation
  5. Creating Natural Animation without using Simulation

10. Render Setting

  1. An Efficient Way to Set Up Renders and Use Multi-Pass
  2. Introduction to Rendering Formats Frequently Used in Practical Work
  3. Post-Production Polishing Know-How Using Various AE Plugins
SECTION 05. Mirror Room Design & Animation

11. Mirror Room Design

  1. Mirror Room Design Using Total Reflection Texture
  2. Explanation of the Pros of Mirror Room
  3. Efficient Mirror Room Setting and Application

    * Shot 06 scene file will be provided

12. Mirror Room 1 - Texture Mapping

  1. Introduction to JS Displacement Software
  2. Various Ways to Use JS Displacement
  3. Creating Ray Texture Using JS Displacement

    * Shot 06 scene file will be provided

13. Mirror Room 2 - AE Compositing

  1. Later Use of Multi-Pass
  2. Adding Depth to the Work with Color Grading
  3. Adding Speed & Effect with Plug-in in After Effects

14. Mirror Room 3 - Camera & Animation

  1. Motion Blur Theory & How to Use Motion Blur According to the Situation
  2. A Camera Production Method with Speed Using Focal Depth
  3. How to Film with One Take Camera

    * Shot 06 scene file will be provided
SECTION 06. Core Room Design & Animation

15. Core Hard Surface Modeling

  1. Core Design & Modeling
  2. Introducing Simple and Easy-to-Modify Modeling Methods

    * Core C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 07 scene file will be provided

16. Core Texturing

  1. Making a Metal Texture that Goes Well with the Core
  2. Lighting Setting to Highlight the Details of the Core

    * Core C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 07 scene file will be provided

17. Core Board Design

  1. Learn about Effect Animation Using Cinema4D Functions
  2. Learn about Spline Light Animation to Express the Core Energy

    * Core C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 07 scene file will be provided

18. Circuit AE Compositing

  1. Circuit Board Design Using JS Displacement
  2. Simple Circuit Board Expression and Tips

    * Core C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 07 scene file will be provided

19. Circuit Board Animation

  1. Learning an effect animation of energy exploding on a circuit board
  2. Dynamic camera animation production

    * Core C4D file will be provided
    * Shot 07 scene file will be provided

20. Core Effect Animation

  1. Later Use of Multi-Pass
  2. Adding Depth to the Work with Color Grading
  3. Adding Speed and Effects Using Plug-Ins in After Effects
SECTION 07. Final Output Render

21. Final Output Render

  1. Making the Final Output with Adobe Media Encoder
  2. How to Use Various Render Formats such as ProRes MOV, MP4, and AnimationGIF
SECTION 08. Promotion

22. Self PR

  1. How to Use & Publish Your Work Efficiently on Portfolio Platforms like Behance, Vimeo, and Adobe Portfolio
  2. How to Use Your Portfolio Organically to Maximize Self PR

with Motion Graphic Artist
Haram Jung

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Why do you use C4D and Octane?

Cinema 4D is a specialized program that allows users to easily work on animations with intuitive and organized UI. In addition, the combination with Octane, which provides fast rendering and live viewer functions, is good, so it is widely used by both domestic and international users as well as in the motion graphics industry. Best of all, C4D and Octane can create high-quality motion graphics with relatively simple settings.

What are your strengths
as a motion graphic artist?

My greatest strength is my ability to pay attention to details. If you have an eye for detail, I believe you can make a more high-quality output in live-action and advertising style 3D motion graphics that are heavily influenced by trends. Therefore, the curriculum has been organized so that only you can only use Cinema 4D and octane to deliver sophisticated effects without the use of complex third-party programs.

What are the key points of this class?

It may be difficult to acquire systematic knowledge for 3D motion graphics production by studying alone. So, based on my experience, I focused on sharing the practical production process and know-how necessary for collaborations with famous studios at home and abroad. I hope this class can help those who are concerned about the limitations of expression due to lack of practical experience.

Who would you recommend
this class to?

It is recommended for students and prospective students who want to create personal portfolios or artwork, those who have basic knowledge of Cinema 4D and Octane but want to upgrade their skills, and new motion graphic designers who want to become a professional. Beyond simply following examples, you will be able to learn the overall workflow for creating a single piece of art.

Required Programs

This course will use the programs below. Please purchase and install these program(s) for an optimized lecture experience.

– Cinema 4D R20
– Octane 2020.1.5-R4
– Adobe After Effects CC 2019
– Adobe Media Encoder CC 2019
– JS Displacement

* For Cinema 4D, R20 and later versions are recommended.
* For Adobe After Effects, Media Encoder, CC 2017 and later versions are recommended.

*These programs and/or materials will not be provided with the course.

*JS Displacement

Cinema 4D Octane After Effects Media Encoder JS Displacement

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