Earlier this month, we invited people to share their knowledge and become part of the helloluxx family by becoming a helloluxx Professor. We had some fantastic responses, one of which was from Ilir Beqiri, the creator of this free tutorial.
Ilir has a very unique style, instead of talking you through the tutorial, he types. I would love to hear your thoughts about his interesting style of teaching, post your comments below or email me telling me what you think, here is an example:
Ilir came up with the idea for this Free C4D Xpresso Tutorial while working on a client project, he discovered he could use a gradient shader in the Alpha Channel of a material to work as a linear wipe in After Effects wherein he would control the start and end of the gradient using two nulls. Ilir pushed the technique further and discovered that he could use the same principle to get a spherical or cylindrical wipe which led him to developing this tutorial, how to create an Xpresso setup that incorporates all three wipe transition types. The setup has been designed to be as flexible and automated to use as possible and you can easily switch or add numerous gradient shaders to control with a single null. Even if you don’t see any practical use for this preset, Ilir believes it is a smart exercise in Xpresso.