A show for creatives who want to learn about motion design, 3D rendering, Cinema 4D, working with clients, and much more.
Cinema 4D S22 - What is in this Surprise New Version?
Maxon surprises subscribers with a new version of Cinema 4D. Dubbed S22, this subscription only release adds new UV tools, Viewport, modelling updates, and more! Chad Ashley and new team member Shawn Astrom dive into all the juicy details in this podcast.
Stay Home and Stay Productive: Tips From a Fully Remote Company
What tools do you need to work from home, and how do you stay focused? In this episode, the team shares how they work remotely from home and the discipline it takes to make it a successful working environment. You'll hear about the tools Greyscalegorilla uses to run the business, project management, chat, and more.
Should You Use the ACES Workflow for Color? - Interview with Colorist Jeremy Stuart
Professional colorist Jeremy Stuart enlightens us on the world of color, as the team learns all about the entire ACES workflow and what that means for 3D artists.
In this episode, the team invites professional colorist Jeremy Stuart into the studio to discuss all thing ACES. ACES is a color workflow system that was developed for the motion picture industry that is being widely adopted by production houses all over the world. It's the future or working with color.
Does that mean it's time for you to start learning ACES color in Cinema 4D? We discuss all things color, and take a deep dive into the technical details behind this revolutionary color space.
Want to learn more about ACES? Check out our latest tutorial down below, or hop into the pro training series Getting to Know ACES streaming now in Greyscalegorilla Plus.
Will Procreate and Cavalry Disrupt the Adobe Empire?
With apps like Procreate and Cavalry disrupting the Adobe ecosystem, should motion designers look to add these tools to their workflow?
In this episode, the team talks to School of Motion founder and all-around extraordinary human being Joey Korenman. Listen to them talk about updates Adobe is working on for After Effects and Photoshop, popular new tools like Procreate and Cavalry, and the benefits of online education versus a traditional school.
Both Joey and Nick Campbell also share insights to entrepreneur-ism and the challenges they face as leaders of growing companies.
How Do You Stay Motivated During the Winter Blues?
In this episode of the Greyscalegorilla podcast, the team catches up after the holidays. Hear them talk about movies, shows, and their favorite gifts. Take a listen to the latest in industry news from around the mograph world, and finally hear about some tips and tricks to help you stay motivated during the cold winter months.
Does the Mac Pro Make Sense for 3D?
Are we going back to Mac? In this episode the team talks about the new Mac Pro. Is this expensive machine a viable option for 3D artists and motion designers? We also cover the latest new features in Arnold and Redshift.
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So happy when I found out a podcast like this existed. As a multimedia specialist with the government I work in the creative cloud and AE a ton but I’m new to the 3D world. I tried the trial version of Houdini and thought it was way too difficult. Cinema 4d is my next dive since I’ve worked in C4d Lite and the new release will be cheaper. I know this podcast is for people who already work in the 3D world but maybe a dumbed down explanation (for people like myself) about where to begin in the overwhelming world of 3D. Keep up the good work! Greyscale+ sounds interesting but probably too difficult for me right now.
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Hey Nick, Chad & Chris-
Love the podcast, it's amazing and I eagerly await each episode. As a college kid with a background in design & illustration, you guys' tutorials really opened up my eyes to 3D and fall in love with motion design. I've since been able to implement 3D into my workflow for amazing results. The podcast is super helpful, especially hearing about your guys' experience in the industry (Chad) as my dream is to eventually be an art/creative director at a groundbreaking studio. Please please keep up the amazing work, humor, advice and just being awesome in general as it's helping me a lot in both starting my career and getting through boring days.
All the best,
Britton from Colorado