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Making of Dust - Cinema 4D tutorial


Artist started this project with the sole aim of model the vintage station
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An Introduction to Caustics in Cinema 4D
An Introduction to Caustics in Cinema 4D
Caustics refers to the mathematical equations that describe how light converges in nature, such as the effect that is seen at the bottom of pools and lakes when light passes through the surface of the water. Cinema 4D can perform both surface and volume caustics. In this tutorial, you will learn how surface caustics can be used to create a pool with a floating translucent orb, and volume caustics can be applied to demonstrate a stained glass effect. Render settings, and time savers will also be discussed.
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3D Toys Animation in Cinema 4D - An overview of the animation process
3D Toys Animation in Cinema 4D - An overview of the animation process
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Global Illumination Techniques In Cinema4D
Global Illumination Techniques In Cinema4D
Global Illumination can be a little confusing at first, but really helps in creating realistic, nice looking scenes. This Cinema4D tutorial by Cgtuts+ regular Konstantin Muromtsev will help you better understand Global Illumination by discussing various lighting techniques, as well as explaining some of the render settings needed to achieve a good result.
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Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4Ds Xpresso  Day 2
Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4Ds Xpresso Day 2
Today Cinema4D master Aleksey Voznesenski is back with the final part of his exclusive two-part series, focusing on creating a dynamic high-rise building asset in Cinem4D using the powerful Xpresso expression system. Speed up your work flow by harnessing the power of this amazing, fast and flexible system!
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Caustics Overview
Caustics Overview
Caustics are formed by light being reflected or transmitted by a number of specular (shiny) surfaces before interacting with a diffuse (light scattering) surface. The light cast onto a dining table by a wine glass is one of the most common examples of caustics.
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