Hello Blender community,
I'm relatively new to Blender and I'm trying to recreate a specific animation effect for a logo, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to achieve it. I've seen a video where a logo is both bumped up and flickering with light, and I would like to replicate that effect in Blender.
Here's a breakdown of what I'm trying to achieve:
Bumped Logo: I want my logo to appear as if it's slightly bumped up, giving it a 3D appearance, but not a full 3D model. I've tried using displacement modifiers and bump maps, but I'm not sure if that's the right approach or if there's a better way.
Flickering Light: I also want the logo to have a flickering light effect as if it's being illuminated by a light source that is intermittently turning on and off. This should create a dynamic and eye-catching visual.
To give you a clearer idea of what I have in mind, here's a link to an example video that demonstrates the effect I'm trying to achieve: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTKUspCljEa/
If anyone could provide some guidance on how to approach these two aspects of the animation or suggest tutorials/resources that might help, I would greatly appreciate it. Additionally, if there are any specific settings or techniques I should be aware of in Blender to achieve this effect, please let me know.
Thank you in advance for your help!