It’s this time of the year again! Cinema 4D R21 is announced and the biggest news of all is that now we have just one version! So no need to think about what version suits you best. All features are available for everyone. Of course there are more features available but better watch the video for more details! These things take a lot of time to produce! Enjoy!
A few days ago I was going through some old boxes and I hit gold! I found some old magazines from 20 plus years ago! So I had to make a video about it! It was amazing to see how expensive everything was back then. Not just the hardware but also the software. If you wanted to do 3D back then you had to basically get a loan! But I’m not gonna say more! Just watch the video and prepare to pick up your jaw!
Learning something new and especially something as complex as 3D can be intimidating! So what better way to learn about 3D and Cinema 4D than hearing from professionals who spent years making mistakes and honing their craft! In this video I ask several seasoned professionals one simple question:
What is the one thing you wish you knew when you started working with 3D?
Their answers? Very interesting!
You certainly won’t find any educational value to this video but as they say all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy!
Illustrator is a big app with a ton of workflow options. Even now after using the application for more than 15 years I might stumble on a nice little shortcuts I wasn’t aware of before. In this video I tried to collect all the little shortcuts and workflow that are not so well known but make a huge difference in day to day work!
If you have a nice tip please do tell!
3D work on an iPad as we’ve seen a couple of posts back is not there yet. But how about Graphic design work? It surely is easier to do on a tablet but it’s not only about the hardware. Software counts as well! Let’s see if it’s possible to do graphic design work on the iPad!
Rotoscoping is a very tedious process that can provide some amazingly good results! In this video I’m going through some of the most great looking results in movies, video games and music videos! Sit back relax and enjoy the nice visuals!
With each new release the iPad is getting more and more powerful. In this new series we examine how possible it is to do creative work on the iPad. We're going to kick things off with probably the most difficult task at hand. 3D! Can the iPad actually do any 3d work? Find out here!
Black point and white point are two simple settings on the image’s properties that are often neglected. They allow though for incredible refined control on how your material will look like. If you also combine it with the layer shader and the blending options, the amount of possibilities are endless! And most importantly? You can do everything inside Cinema without constantly jumping in and out of the program!
In Cinema 4D R20, Prorender gained the ability to render multi-passes! In this video I’m going through the available options and the possibilities they offer! They’re super easy to set-up and in a lot of way I prefer them compared to Physical multi-passes