In this high-quality tutorials roundup we would like to teach you through ultimate useful Cinema 4D Tutorials, where we arrange tutorials for 3d modeling, rendering and animations that is well-known for its flexible interface and ease of use, this 3D application helps to make matte painters in film making and body paint dimensional functionalities. Cinema 4D has its own programming language, “C.O.F.F.E.E”. to develop platform independent plug-ins. It’s also accessible as a free plug-in.
We have some excellent examples that produced by cinema 4d in film industry such as Beowulf, Chronicles of Narnia, Spider Man3 and Monster House etc. you should get more exposure through these listed below tutorials as an initial step in this digital film making profession where everything is imaginary and high-quality. We hope to be done in this way of learning cinema 4d and expecting your comments.
These tutorials will teach you exactly what goes into creating professional high quality logo animations and intros and will be authored by professional artist Antonio Cerri, the main man behind the popular “Hollywood Movie Title Series” that runs over on our sister site “Aetuts+”
Thanks to Cinema 4D version R12, which just released before the brand new R13. We are able to rig and drive a car quickly and easily. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to model a simple car, then you’re going to have two options to play with using your rigged car. Either steering it as you wish, or smashing it through a wall with an added slow motion effect. All achieved right here in the Cinema 4D.
The tutorial is on creating dust effects in Cinema 4D.
The tutorial is on creating a junkyard using Cinema 4D.
This tutorial will teach you to make a great sandglass, which you can use for plenty of purposes. You can find the finished model and other stuff here.
In this tutorial you will be introduced to using the linear workflow for gamma correct lighting in Cinema 4D, allowing you produce more photorealistic renders, as well as improve specular highlights and anti-aliasing.
Here is a tutorial on creating an inside of a laboratory.
So in this tutorial we’ll cover using Modynamics along with particles to create this effect. We’ll employ an emitter object to easily create our particles, and then use some supplementary tools to control the effect, creating a neat, realistic animation of our wall being destroyed.
This tutorial will help you understand some of C4D’s post effects and how to create simple, yet effective standard and sketch materials for the project.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create Apple Pro Speaker in Cinema4D.
In today’s tutorial new author Zachary O’Conner will be showing us how to create a glass effect in Cinema4D, using a method of rendering typically used for interiors to give it a nice finished look. In this particular tutorial we’ll use some text in a basic room to show off the effect, yet it can really be used on anything at all. The lighting is really quite simple to setup, as this tutorial is aimed at the beginner crowd.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a beautiful Lighthouse.
You don’t really need Day1 or Day2 to make use of this tutorial, there is just a small section towards the end which discusses how to fix a couple of problems with the buildings we made in days 1 and 2.
In this tutorial, it uses a basic landscape with rock texture and gets realistic landscape.
Create a cinema 4D door type effect in Cinema 4D.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create dinosaurs Cinema 4D, Corel Photo-Paint and xNormal for the Normal Map generation.
Here is a tutorial on creating a super snail design in Cinema 4D.
Learn how to assign multiple textures to one object in Cinema 4D.
This scene was created using Cinema 4D and was done as follows. Please note that the models shown are not the models in the final render. I didn’t know I would be making a tutorial for this when creating it:
This tutorial demonstrates ways to make a glass, its materials and the content inside the glass. I made the model in c4d r9, but It can be done with lower versions (just to try it, I got a very similar result with cinema ce6).
This tutorial will show the user how to rig a detailed tank track using Cinema 4d, XPresso, the Mograph module, and Roll-It — a free plugin. The final result will be a tank track that animates automatically as you move and rotate it.
In today’s tutorial, Konstantin Muromtsev takes us through how he created his ‘Cybernetic Plant’ scene using the MoSpline/Spline-wrap technique in Cinema4D. After modeling, Konstantin then animates our robot plant using the Wind modifier, before setting everything up for the final render. Enjoy!
In the first part, you will learn how to create the model using the lathe and boole functions in C4D, and in second, you will learn how unwrap it in BodyPaint, and paint the texture maps in Photoshop.
In this tutorial artist used polygons, spline, extrude a form from cylinders, cubes and spheres to model all the things in the scene.
In this tutorial, we will go through how you can construct a wall lamp and a street lamp using lofts, booleans, and genlocking.
A portrait of Benjamin Linus, my favourite character on “Lost”, played by Michael Emerson. I used Cinema 4D (for modelling, hair and shirt), ZBrush (for sculpting and texturing (hand-drawing)) and Photoshop (for colour correction and retouching).
I had to do this tutorial for the sake of history. After a very funny thread on c4dCafé I noticed there is a whole subculture of Egg modeling strategies.
In today’s quick tip, new Cgtuts+ author Santiago Degetau will show new users how to create a basic render setup with lighting and Global Illumination in Cimema4D. Although there are a many ways to create a render setup, what we’ll be creating today is going to be very simple, but will be a good fist step towards creating your own renders. So, let’s create a new project and get started!