Severo Ojea | Apr 8, 2016
Hi, I'm Severo. Joe and I work together a lot. I joined Workbench to help give back to the community too, so I'll be doing C4D tutorials. Like our AE tutorials, I plan on making quick tutorials about cool techniques that I discover while I'm working. I don't plan on making lengthy how to videos, just short, quick tips and tricks and the thought process behind them. I'm excited to share knowledge that I've learned along the way.
In this tutorial I go over the mograph color shader and how I use it in conjunction with the fusion shader to make more complex effects. The process is very simple but can be used as the base of many mograph animations. Here we use this setup to dissolve clones and change their colors.
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