Blog Post #16: Infinite Lightroom w/ Realistic render (Fast render settings)

Infinite Lightroom w/ Realistic render (Fast render settings) [Project File Included]

Requirements:

  • Cinema 4D R12 or a later version.
  • 10 Minutes of your precious time.

What will you be learning in this tutorial:

  • Adding basic primitive objects in Cinema 4D.
  • Modeling a Studio. L shape
  • Adding Lights
  • Tweaking Global Illumination Settings and all render settings.
  • And last but not least, creating a nice light room for cinema 4d to showcase all your good stuff

What will we be creating:

Now that you know a lot about the tutorial, let’s get into it

Download Final Product and All Visual Intelligence Studio Pack

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Blog Post #15: Amazing CT-MAZE TRACE MASTER (C4D plugin) | Cinema 4D Tutorial

Amazing CT-MAZE TRACE MASTER (C4D plugin) | Cinema 4D Tutorial

Requirements:

  • Cinema 4D R12 or a later version.
  • 8 Minutes of your precious time.
  • CT maze trace master: on github: DOWNLOAD

Other VERY helpful Stuff:

What will you be learning in this tutorial:

  • -How to add shapes and materials on Cinema 4D
  • -How to Use The plugin CT Maze tracer
  • -How to use Sweep NURBS
  • -How to make realistic render ( Ambient Occlusion + Glow Effect + Anti-Aliasing )
  • -How to prepare Glass material and Glowing material

What will we be creating:


Now that you know a lot about the tutorial, let’s get into it

 

Project FIle Download

(Will be released on the 20th like so would be nice if you go back and like ^^ and sorry but I need some push to keep uploading these)

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Blog Post #13: Logo / text Reveal Intro Animation | Cinema 4D Tutorial

Logo / text Reveal Intro Animation | Cinema 4D Tutorial

Requirements:

  • Cinema 4D R12 or a later version.
  • 10 Minutes of your precious time.

Other VERY helpful Stuff:

What will you be learning in this tutorial:

  • Extrude Splines to 3D Objects in Cinema 4D.
  • Using the fracture Object.
  • Add Effectors to the fracture objects In cinema 4D.
  • Using the Random Effector. (including it’s properties and attributes, position, scale, rotation, and overall efficiency).
  • An Overview and a whole review about the timeline and the
  • Using a studio as our Lightroom or background in Cinema 4D.
  • And last but not least, creating a nice wallpaper to your desktop, or even a nice birthday gift t your close friend (who knows).

What will we be creating:


Now that you know a lot about the tutorial, let’s get into it

 

Project FIle Download

(Will be released on the 20th like so would be nice if you go back and like ^^ and sorry but I need some push to keep uploading these)

Thanks for watching leave a comment 🙂