How To Create A Bacteria Animation In Cinema 4d

In this video, you will learn how to model a bacteria animation with C4D and Octane. You can then composite it in Ae for final export!

Creating a bacterial animation is not an easy task, but it can be done with the help of Cinema 4D and After Effects. In this nearly hour-long tutorial from Dennis Wei shows how he created his model using Octane for rigging in C4d as well as Adobe Premiere Pro CC to composite all aspects together into one video seamlessly without any interruption or edits needed!

In this tutorial, Wei shows how to model an E. Coli bacteria in C4D and makes use of hair dynamics for some of the secondary animation with Octane taking care lighting & rendering. After Effects is used post-effects where he shares his tricks on creating microscopic/cellular environments that can be composited together into one final scene!