Aleksey Voznesenski
Aleksey Voznesenski is a 3D specialist experienced in many areas of the 3D world. Mainly focused on animation, he has experience in motion graphics, modeling, rigging, render setup, lighting, camera work and art direction. Working as a contractor for many companies, Aleksey provides his expertise to get projects done on time and to spec. His main package of choice is Cinema4D, but Aleksey has experience in all of the industry standard packages like 3ds Max, Maya and XSI. His contact details can be found at ace5studios.com. Also be sure to visit his Facebook Page for more content.
Tutorials
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Jumping Lamp Animation in C4D: Part 1Thumbnail
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    This tutorial is a relatively quick overview of setting up a scene with a rigged animated object in Cinema4D. Although it should be simple to follow along to anyone with a basic knowledge of Cinema 4D, this tutorial is mainly aimed at artists migrating to Cinema4D from another package. It quickly and concisely demonstrates how to use the basic modeling tools, set up a rig with bones, use constraints, change the type of keyframes, use the auto keyframe tool, clean up keyframes, work with the time line, set up lights, set up materials, apply the materials to objects and render out an animation. Everything you need to quickly get into Cinema4D.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4D's Xpresso - Day 3Thumb
    In Day 3 of our dynamic building, which is now, more about a city, then a building. We will be talking mostly about mograph and the cloner object, as well as exploring various ways of making these buildings into a dynamically generated city. You don't really need Day1 or Day2 to make use of this tutorial, there is just a small section towards the end which discusses how to fix a couple of problems with the buildings we made in days 1 and 2.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: C4D Cappucino - Mocap For Your MouseThumb 3d cg vfx c4d cinema mocap cappucino animation key reducer
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    This week's quick tip is brought to us by regular Cgtuts+ author Aleksey Voznesenski. Today Aleksey will show us how to use 'Cappucino', a simple mocap tool built into Cinema 4D that captures your mouse movements and records the positional data. Aleksey will then show us how to clean up this mocap data using the Key Reducer, a handy tool for smoothing out your animations and removing unnecessary key frames. Let's have a look!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4D's Xpresso - Day 23d cg vfx thumb maxon cinema4d c4d building asset xpresso tutorial
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    Today Cinema4D master Aleksey Voznesenski is back with the final part of his exclusive two-part series, focusing on creating a dynamic high-rise building asset in Cinem4D using the powerful Xpresso expression system. Speed up your work flow by harnessing the power of this amazing, fast and flexible system!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4D's Xpresso - Initial Setup3d cg vfx thumb maxon cinema4d c4d building asset xpresso tutorial
    Today's tutorial is the first part of a brand-new two-part series by Cinema4D Xpresso wizard Aleksey Voznesenski. The main focus of the series is how to build a dynamic high-rise digital asset using C4D's powerful Xpresso expression system, and along the way you're sure to pick up plenty of production-ready tips! So let's jump into part 1...Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Cinema 4D: An Introduction to XpressoCinema 4d tutorials scripting xpresso 3d
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    In today's tutorial, rigging artist Aleksey Voznesenski takes us through the basics of Cinema 4D's Xpresso scripting system. If utilised correctly, Xpresso can be an incredibly powerful system allowing you an amazing level of control over your rigs, animations - even the UI itself. If you want to speed up your workflow in C4d and you're not using Xpresso, this tutorial is for you!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Cinema 4D: A Quick-Start GuideThumb
    In the first of several tutorials looking at the different aspects of Cinema 4D, Aleksey Voznesenski begins by giving a fast-paced, quick-start overview of the interface, basic primitive objects and lighting/HDR maps. If you've always wanted to try C4D, or even if you've got a good amount of experience using it, this tutorial will help get everyone up to speed for the amazing Xpresso and Rigging tutorials we have coming up!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip - Increase Efficiency using Traffic Lights in Cinema 4DThumbnail
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    Traffic lights are a little feature of Cinema 4D that allow you to hide and unhide objects. This Quick Tip will teach you some lesser known methods of using them to speed up your workflow..Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Jumping Lamp Animation in C4D: Part 2Thumbnail
    This tutorial is a relatively quick overview of setting up a scene with a rigged animated object in Cinema4D. Although it should be simple to follow along to anyone with a basic knowledge of Cinema 4D, this tutorial is mainly aimed at artists migrating to Cinema4D from another package.Read More…