Tutorial by: Maxon UK

Cinema 4D is well known for being an easy-to-use professional 3D application. But how soon can you produce work you could actually use for a first commercial project?

The aim of this tutorial is to take you from scratch through a project that could be used in the real world. This is not the lightest introduction to Cinema 4D, but take your time and you’ll be off to a flying start to using Cinema 4D for commercial projects.

If you use Adobe CC, you’ll also find very helpful tips on the great workflow between Cinema 4D and Adobe applications – in particular, between Cinema 4D and After Effects.

DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL FILES:
maxon.co.uk/tutorials/Cinema-4D_Luxx_Ampersand-Tutorial.zip

Our thanks to Tim Clapham of Luxx, Australia, for this real world intro to Cinema 4D. Check out Tim’s amazing work here:
luxx.tv

Tim’s portal with Cinema 4D tutorials:
hellolux.com

Part 1 covers:
Introduction to the C4D user interface and basic workflow concepts
Importing Adobe Illustrator artwork for extruding geometry
Using Fracture Object, MoText and Effectors
Animating using effector falloff
Using MoGraph selections to isolate effectors to specific clones
Animating the camera with keyframes
Fine tuning of animation using F-Curves

DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL FILES:
maxon.co.uk/tutorials/Cinema-4D_Luxx_Ampersand-Tutorial.zip

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