Microcosm Medical Animation shows the entire process for how to create and animate the buildup of a microtubule.
Micro-medical animation always looks so ethereal and a bit magical. It’s likey why when a tutorial pops up on the subject, I always like to share it. Check out this new one from Microcosm Medical Animation, a scientific animation studio creating award-winning animation and imagery for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Scientific and Healthcare industries.
The tutorial shows how to create and animate a microtubule (the supporting structure of a cell) in Cinema4d and redshift Render. Several key concepts are explained, including the use of render-time object substitution to speed up rendering and animation playback. All concepts are explained in detail.