Creating a Looping Corridor
In these seven lessons you will be exposed to a workflow for modeling and animating a looping corridor scene in Blender. This style is popular with motion graphics and the techniques can be applied to a variety of projects.
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Concept & Modeling
Learn about the modular approach to creating a looping animation.
Materials, Assembly & Rendering
Put all the pieces together to generate a finished looping animation sequence.
A perfect mograph visual for music videos
What you’ll learn in these seven lessons is a workflow for modeling and animating a looping corridor scene in Blender. This style is popular with motion graphics, especially to be paired up with a song.
You’ll learn how to create your own set of modular pieces that you can use in a huge variety of projects. You’ll also learn how to make a seamless loop, which helps keep overall render times down. I’ll also show you how to make the back of the corridor fade out by using compositing, which is way faster than using a volume scatter.
Join me as we learn how to make this awesome looping corridor in blender!
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Really nice course – high bang for buck! One comment – I added an object displace to the array modifier so that each corridor segment rotated by 90 degrees, making it less repetitive.
You can definitely do this, just make sure the looping is still seamless (if that’s something you’re going for).
Yup, I did it and it worked nicely. Incidentally, anyone searching for a video player that loops seamlessly, I recommend mplayer.
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- Concept Overview: HD Video( 18 MB )
- Creating Modular Geometry Pieces: HD Video( 39.4 MB )
- Creating Modular Image Pieces: HD Video( 33.3 MB )
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