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Create A Bumper Animation Of The ESPN Logo - Part 1 & 2 Cinema 4D & AE – Tuts+ Premium

Create A Bumper Animation Of The ESPN Logo, Part 1 & 2 Cinema 4D & AE – Tuts+ Premium
Tutorial | English | Mp4 | h264 564 kbps | 1280x720 | 15 fps | AAC 44.1 KHz Stereo | 00:01:00
Source Files | AEP | C4D | PNG | AI | 298.17 MB
Genre: e-Learning / After Effects / Cinema 4D | Level: Intermediate

In this new two part TUTS PREMIUM tutorial, author Stefan Surmabojov will cover a basic workflow for creating a bumper animation using the ESPN logo. In the first part we’ll create the logo in Cinema 4D, add materials and reflections and then animate the letters coming together to form the text. Finally we’ll finish off part one by rendering the animation out in Cinema 4D.
Lynda - Hard Surface Sculpting and Retopologizing in CINEMA 4D

Lynda - Hard Surface Sculpting and Retopologizing in CINEMA 4D
1.10GB | Duration: 2h 36m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English

Using CINEMA 4D's sculpting tools, you can create hard surface models without the constraints imposed by traditional polygon and NURBS modeling techniques. Then you can retopologize your sculpt to produce a lighter model more suitable for complex scenes and animation. Your sculpted model becomes, in essence, a frame around which you can build a well-constructed polygon model. In this course, modeling expert Adam Trachtenberg shows viewers how to use the sculpting tools in C4D to create a hard surface model, retopologize the sculpted model, return to sculpting mode to add fine details, and generate texture maps that approximate the illusion of detail—without the weight of polygons.

Logo Animation in CINEMA 4D and After Effects  

Posted by C2U at Feb. 23, 2015
Logo Animation in CINEMA 4D and After Effects

Digital Tutors - Logo Animation in CINEMA 4D and After Effects
2h 52m | Audio: aac, 32KHz, mono | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 15.00 fps | 928 MB
Genre: eLearning | Project Files Included

In this series of CINEMA 4D and After Effects tutorials, we'll be taking a logo from it's flat design to a fully composited 3D logo animation. We'll begin by learning how to prepare the logo in Illustrator to be imported as splines to CINEMA 4D. Then, we'll add depth, rotation, camera movement, lighting and materials to bring the logo to life.

Your First Day in CINEMA 4D  

Posted by ph4rr3l at Feb. 1, 2014
Your First Day in CINEMA 4D

Your First Day in CINEMA 4D | 921 MB
Software: CINEMA 4D R15 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch | 1h 41m
Genre: eLearning | Beginner | Instructor: Christian Chang | January 30, 2014

When learning a new software package, sometimes it's good to just jump in with both feet and start to create. In this tutorial we'll start by creating a series of alien invaders using some of CINEMA 4D's great spline based tools. We'll add thickness and depth to the shapes using generators and learn to use some of the Mograph tools like Cloner Objects to duplicate them within our scene.
Creating a Modern-Style Interior Scene in CINEMA 4D and V-Ray

Creating a Modern-Style Interior Scene in CINEMA 4D and V-Ray | 1.30 GB
Software used: CINEMA 4D R12, V-Ray, Photoshop | Resolution: 1280x720(.flv) | Audio: mp3 92 Kbps | Completion Time: 2h 54m
Genre: eLearning | Difficulty: Advanced | Language: English | Instructor: Adam Chase | November 11, 2013

In this series of tutorials we will learn how to create a modern interior creation with CINEMA 4D and V-Ray.In this tutorial we are going to take an in-depth look into V-Ray for CINEMA 4D. We will start by modeling an interior to scale from CAD files, and then proceed to explore all facets of V-Ray for CINEMA 4D. We will learn basic lighting setups, materials, and render settings. Then we will look at additional lighting setups such as HDRI lighting.
In the end we will do post-production to add those last finishing touches using Photoshop.

Mograph Techniques: Spline Dynamics with CINEMA 4D  

Posted by ph4rr3l at Nov. 11, 2013
Mograph Techniques: Spline Dynamics with CINEMA 4D

Mograph Techniques: Spline Dynamics with CINEMA 4D | 873 MB
duration : 1h 13m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | released : Nov 06, 2013

Spline dynamics in CINEMA 4D provide a great way to add physics to splines to create hair, rope, cable, or string-like effects. This course shows how to use C4D's Dynamics module to create energetic animation and motion graphics with realistic motion and elasticity—perfect for bumpers or TV commercials. Learn how to use the spline dynamics tag to make objects react like they would to real-world physics, use constraints to connect splines to other objects, and create realistic tension with springs. EJ also shows how to animate and render your composite and polish the final footage in After Effects.

Creating Materials in CINEMA 4D  

Posted by Max-X at July 28, 2013
Creating Materials in CINEMA 4D

Creating Materials in CINEMA 4D
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 476 kb/s, 29.97 fps | aac, 48000 Hz, 159 kb/s | 997 MB
Genre: eLearning

Materials are one of the key tools in CINEMA 4D for adding realism and character to your 3D models and projects. Learn how to use the CINEMA 4D toolset for creating and applying materials that add color, texture, shading, transparency, and reflectivity.

Digital Tutors - Introduction to Lighting in CINEMA 4D  

Posted by Alexpal at Feb. 5, 2013
Digital Tutors - Introduction to Lighting in CINEMA 4D

Digital Tutors - Introduction to Lighting in CINEMA 4D
Run Time: 2h 6m | Release Date: January 21, 2013 | Author: Kyle Green | Required Software: CINEMA 4D R14
English | Video: AVC (.flv) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz stereo | 860 Mb
Genre: eLearning

In this CINEMA 4D tutorial, we'll be guiding you through some of the essential lighting tools available in CINEMA 4D. Getting acquainted with the core lighting tools and features of CINEMA 4D is an important skill for anyone who is getting started with this powerful 3D application.
This training will begin with us learning about the various types of lights found in CINEMA 4D and how to precisely control your light attributes and find the right mixture of physical accuracy, and your own artistic desires. We will also explore some of the specialized attributes found in certain light types, we will learn about the different types of shadows that can be utilized within CINEMA 4D, and explore the unique characteristics of each of these shadow types.
We will also learn how we can use volumetric lights to add a sense of mood and atmosphere to our renders, along with many additional lessons covering tools and topics that are designed to give you a strong introduction to the lighting and rendering capabilities of CINEMA 4D.

Digital Tutors - Sculpting Workflows in CINEMA 4D  

Posted by Alexpal at Dec. 13, 2012
Digital Tutors - Sculpting Workflows in CINEMA 4D

Digital Tutors - Sculpting Workflows in CINEMA 4D
Run Time: 1h 43m | Release Date: December 1, 2012 | Author: Justin Marshall | Required Software: CINEMA 4D R14 Studio
English | h264 1280x720 15 fps | AAC 188 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 2.25 GB
Genre: eLearning

In this series of CINEMA 4D tutorials, members will learn to use the sculpting tools in CINEMA 4D Studio to create very detailed, high-resolution models. We'll start out by talking about how to setup geometry for sculpting and go over an explanation of the subdivision level workflow. Then, using a little creature as an example, we'll talk about the functionality of all of the different sculpting tools- from Pull and Grab, to Wax and Scrape.
We'll cover common brush settings and options like symmetry and steady stroke that can speed up our workflow. We'll also talk about the importance of working with layers and how they can add flexibility to the way we work. We'll also cover the use of stamps in the sculpting process and we'll finish up by baking out maps to reproduce our sculpted detail on low resolution base meshes.
Once done, you'll have a good overview of the sculpting process in CINEMA 4D and be able to start integrating those tools into your own asset creation workflow.

Lynda.com: CINEMA 4D and After Effects Integration  

Posted by IrimiNage at Nov. 6, 2010
Lynda.com: CINEMA 4D and After Effects Integration

Lynda.com: CINEMA 4D and After Effects Integration | 293.08 MB

Course Description: Chris Meyer—a long-time user of both programs—explains how to move 3D worlds from Maxon's CINEMA 4D into Adobe's After Effects and add additional 3D elements that blend perfectly. Chris shows how to transfer 3D cameras, lights, and position data from CINEMA 4D to After Effects; create track mattes to composite new elements into the middle of a scene; and take advantage of multi-pass rendering to quickly remix and even recolor lights, shadows, reflections, and more. Paced comfortably for beginners, this course also reveals numerous advanced tricks and techniques, such as the use of blending modes and how to cast shadows from new 3D layers in After Effects onto rendered 3D elements from CINEMA 4D. Exercise files accompany this course.