In this tutorial, we’ll build a Cinema 4D animation from scratch. After animating, we’ll render it in After Effects using the Bodymovin extension, then import it into Webflow. Finally, we’ll set up an interaction so the Cinema 4D animation responds to our mouse position.
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Title: Control a Cinema 4D animation with your mouse on a webpage — After Effects & Lottie in Webflow
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