Watch out for falling veggies! (@2x available)
I animated the Filibaba Meals icon for future purposes. It was done with a mix of Cinema 4D for the veggies, Photoshop for the rest of the visuals and then combined in After Effects.
Learn more on www.filibaba.com, or go download Filibaba Meals directly from the App Store:
3 months ago
What @Damian Kidd said.
Just amazing! Kanske är skuggan under tomaten initialt lite för hård/mörk?
I love the fact that the carrot looks nice and crunchy as it doesnt bend when it drops onto the board.
@Erik Eng Kanske! Tack.
Weow, that's amazing, I would love to work in a project with you one day Max, you are a real pro.
Wow! Great animation! Especially love the carrot.
What was great just became amazing! This blows my mind!
That's amazing @Max! Love it!
Nice! So natural
hey max - were the original veggies also 3D or did you recreate them for the animation?
Dude, your stuff is all so freaking awesome. The carrot animation is too dope!! Did you use a reference?
Thanks everyone, and thanks for the input. Already tweaking the animation with improvements.
@Marty Lofberg The original icon is made in CInema 4D, so what I did for this was to apply physics to the existing models, which is quite easy in C4D. I'm basically just saying that there is a floor and that the veggies are "rigid bodies", then placing them high up and letting them fall. Took some tweaking to get them to land the way I wanted to tough.
@Jordan Borth Nope, no reference. C4D does a good job of figuring it out and you can then tweak the way they bounce.
@Max Rudberg so beautifully done, i really have to learn cinema 4d and AE. awesome work.
Beautiful work Max! You should have added some animation for the droplets :)
2 months ago
@Pranav Thanks. I got that feedback elsewhere too, I have a test with animated droplets. Quite tricky to get it right though.
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