Ian Spurrier (Fareoh) asked for Egyptian themed concert visuals for his 2018-2019 live shows. The goal was to incorporate his logo into various objects and environments, while also pulling heavily from Dynastic Egypt, Nile River, and Hieroglyphs.  These are my first concert visuals made at 60 fps, which allowed for faster paced animations.  Quite a bit of motion blur was used within Octane render.

Free C4D Files & VJ Clips

These files are released under the Creative Commons license and are available for both commercial and non-commercial use. Feel free to use the assets, models, textures, scripts, ect from the C4D files.  
C4D files use Octane Render  //  VJ Clips are 1920 x 1080p, 60fps

C4D File – (Octane Render)

Handles are from SilverWing Vfx – Freebies

C4D File – (Octane Render)

VJ Clip – (dxv)

C4D File – (Octane Render)

C4D File– (Octane Render)

C4D File – (Octane Render)

C4D File – (Octane Render)

C4D File – (Octane Render)