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Whats up guys,

I also posted this in /gd/ but as it's basically a mix of both I figured maybe you guys can help me out

I want to create a poster that works in Printform but is animated for digital platforms.
I know how to create and animate what I want, what I don't know is:
Whats the best way to fuse that? I'm building and animating in Cinema4d, layout and typo in Indesign.

Should I export my animation as a regular video and fuse them in Photoshop? After Effects? Anyone has experience in this? Thanks in advance!
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After Effects would have the most control
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>>596520
Animating posters lol
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>>596520
I like it. it feels early 2000s japanesey.
Did you do it? if so you could fix up the mapping on the spheres and play around with the timing of the animation at the end- it kinda ends too quickly which doesnt loop well. good style tho so thumbs up
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>>596634
no, not mine- it's by Vasjen Katro, check him out, cool stuff.
It's just for reference as it's an animated poster

>>596628
It's cool for social media n stuff. Clients love it
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>>596651
>search for Vasjen Katro
>first picture comming up is some hipster looking cunt
>closes tab
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>>596520
ciao Gigi
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>>596662
as if the appearance said anything about his work dude
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>>596749
>work looks like shit
>dude looks like a hipster faggot

his appearance matches his skills
its like pottery
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>>596782
You must be 18+ to browse 4chan.
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>>596662
Kek same




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