[#Video #Design] Create Multi-Dimensional 3D typography in Cinema 4D

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Create Multi-Dimensional 3D typography in Cinema 4D

By School of Motion
Published: Oct 18, 2023

School of Motion Creating simple 3D text in Cinema 4D is easy. But what about combined 3D text, where the two words intersect on different axes? Guess what? It’s also easy… *if* you know the secret to creating advanced 3d typography in Cinema 4D. In this video, Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to bring together 2 different 3D text elements (or 3D text and a logo) to create multi-dimensional typography in Cinema 4D. He’ll also show you how to animate the transition between each side of the text.

Don’t forget to grab the project files!

With thanks to Anurag Raturi who created a Blender version of this 3D text tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_sTkc7Qnlo

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