Video Training → Cineversity Architectural Visualization with Cinema 4D and Octane
Cineversity: Architectural Visualization with Cinema 4D and Octane
English | Size: 1.8GB
In this series, take an in-depth look on how to use Octane Renderer with Cinema 4D.
Hello everyone. My name is Brandon Clements and in this series we will take a look at using Octane render for Cinema 4D R18. This series will cover all aspects of creating materials, using Octane shaders, exploring multiple lighting scenarios, creating render passes for post manipulation, and using the newly integrated Substance Engine featured in R18 to create an architectural visualization for an interior living space. We will also take a look at our render from Cinema 4D and Octane render and utilize Blackmagic Design's Fusion A to improve the look and feel of our renders. The primary goal of the series is to take an in-depth look at Octane render and provide explanation on material creation for a practical photo realistic project. All the scene files will be included with the series, so I invite you to follow along, and there is so much to talk about. So without further ado, let's go ahead and jump into our project.
Video Training → Cineversity Dynamic Particles & MoGraph [Cinema 4D]
Cineversity: Dynamic Particles & MoGraph [Cinema 4D]
English | Size: 205.2MB
Learn how to create dynamic simulation setups, and how to use alternative methods to achieve more control and work around the limitations.
When dealing with Dynamic simulations, it's not uncommon to use a Standard Particle or Thinking Particle emitter, to emit dynamic objects. Although by default, it's a very simple setup, it has some drawbacks and limitations. In this series, I'll begin by showing you how to create these setups, and then I'll show you how to use alternative methods to achieve more control and work around the limitations.
Video Training → Cineversity Breaking Glass [Cinema 4D]
Cineversity: Breaking Glass [Cinema 4D]
English | Size: 404.1MB
In this feature packed mini Series, Athanasios will show you the process of making a Dynamic Glass Fracturing setup from start to finish, that looks awesome, and only takes a few moments to set up.
We will start from the easy process of Extruding Text and Fracturing it using a Voronoi Fracture Object. We will then create a Glass Material and light it with a High Dynamic Range image from the Content Browser. We will finish the series with detail the glass fragments, make the fragments adhere to each other, add fake and Fast Dispersion and finally Reveal the fractures in a controllable way.
Video Training → Cineversity Canyon Scene Reconstruction [Cinema 4D]
Cineversity: Canyon Scene Reconstruction [Cinema 4D]
English | Size: 914.2MB
Learn how to generate 3D geometry from video footage using Scene Reconstruction in Cinema 4D R19's Motion Tracker.
Generating 3D geometry from video footage allows you to fully integrate CG elements into an actual environment, and it's made possible by the Scene Reconstruction feature added to Cinema 4D's Motion Tracker in Release 19. In this tutorial series you'll learn how to choose or shoot footage for Scene Reconstruction, and how to track the camera and create geometry from the footage. The resulting 3D geometry can be used to catch shadows, or to generate reflections on CG elements. You can use it within dynamics simulations so 3D elements collide with a real-world landscape. Or you can generate a wireframe mesh, point cloud or topographic contour lines for as a fake representation of augmented reality or to create another type of futuristic user interface special effect.
Video Training → Skillshare - Cinema 4D - Daily Render Scifi Scene with Octane Render
Skillshare - Cinema 4D - Daily Render Scifi Scene with Octane Render
English | Size: 2.8GB
An introduction to Daily Renders
Character creation in the free Daz Studio app
Daz integration with Cinema 4D and Octane
Free resources you can use in your daily renders
The fundamentals of composition
Modeling props in Cinema 4D and Daz
Sculpting in Cinema 4D
Octane Volumetric lighting
Octane Texturing and material creation
Post production in After Effects
Bonus lesson on creating snow or dust particles
There's also a Bonus lesson on creating snow or dust particles to take our render one step further.
Helloluxx - VFX X-Particles 3 Cinema 4D Tutorial - Underwater Bubbles
English | Size: 659.1MB
VFX / X-Particles 3 / Cinema 4D Tutorial : Underwater Bubbles from Justin Bates, is a really beautiful visual effect that can be created using Maxon Cinema 4D & the brilliant X-Particles plugin by Insydium.
With over 4 hours of video content, Justin Bates explains some of the methods and techniques behind creating this fantastic bubble effect. This tutorial is aimed at beginners to mid-level users.
Video Training → Helloluxx - learn. Cinema 4D Fields In One Day by Tim Clapham
Helloluxx - learn. Cinema 4D Fields In One Day by Tim Clapham | 3.45 GB
Duration 6h 30m Project Files Included MP4
Tim Clapham explores the flexibility of C4D R20 fields and demonstrates how these may be combined to produce exciting results in all areas of your creative work.
Graphics & Design → Maxon CINEMA 4D Studio R19.053 Multilingual + Content Pack
Maxon CINEMA 4D Studio R19.053 Multilingual | 563 MB / 8 GB
Extra: Maxon CINEMA 4D Studio R19 Content Pack.
Cinema 4D is the professional 3D package for your needs. If you want to create advanced 3D graphics and need a helping hand to ensure you create jaw-dropping graphics quickly and easily, then Cinema 4D is the choice for you. It comes in four different flavours for everyones taste.