In this tutorial, the second in a series, Nick Campbell will show you how to animate, light and render Cheez-It's falling from the sky. First we will use a particle emitter to create the animated Cheez-It's. Then, we will use Light Kit Pro to light the scene. FInally, we will use the physical camera and Physical renderer to add Depth Of Field.
See The Full Tutorial Series at Greyscalegorilla: greyscalegorilla.com/blog/tutorials/cheez-its-falling-from-the-sky-a-cinema-4d-tutorial-series/
In this video recorded at Half Rez 2013, I will show you some of my favorite new features of Cinema 4D R15. First, I will jump into all the new GI rendering presets and modes that allow you to get more light bouncing around your scene and create flicker free GI animations. Then, I will show you the new type settings including individual letter kerning and scaling.
Is this video from Half Rez 2013, Chris Schmidt presents a rapid fire series of tutorials, tips, and tricks for Cinema 4D. Spanning everywhere from previewing hair instantly, secret checkboxes to make your Sketch & Toon scenes render properly, spring tricks, and shader options. This video should have a little something for everybody.
Stay cool in this tutorial by freezing you models. Using Hair, a proximal shader, and a touch of xpresso we'll put together a rig that allows you to easily control how the frost is grown.
Check out this tutorial and more at Greyscalegorilla.com
In this tutorial, we will be making a 3D iOS App icon just like the one for my latest iPhone app, BananaCam. First, we will model the icon using basic shapes and primitives. Then, we will light it using Light Kit Pro and make custom plastic textures.
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