Hey guys, it's been ages since I posted anything. Fret not however, because I have this sweet Low Poly Render for you to enjoy! Made primarily in Cinema 4D and post design in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
Original image courtesy Pixslrate studios. What do you think?
PS: You can always grab the wallpaper on the DOWNLOADS page.
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Tutorial Time: 28 minutes
Difficulty level: Intermediate
This tutorial shows a bit of Cinema 4D, RealFlow and Photoshop.
For a more in-depth RealFlow tutorial, check out Lopu Designs' RealFlow tutorials
For a basic Cinema 4D tutorial, check out my Basic Modelling tutorial in Cinema 4D
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Download the Wallpaper and project files here
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Monday, July 1, 2013
I have always wanted to do such cool abstract motion graphics.
I am pretty proud of myself!!!
:D :D :D
A Sweet, Sexy, Abstract Scene animation created using RealFlow, Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Photoshop.
RealFlow render time = 24 hours
Cinema 4D render time = 7 hours
After Effects Render time = 25 minutes
Sunday, June 30, 2013
Software Used: Cinema 4D R13 Broadcast, Adobe Illustrator
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Time: 50 mintues
What you would learn: 1. Basic Parametric Modelling 2. Texturing 3. Lighting 4. Creating Outlines of Logos in Adobe Illustrator 5. Fracturing Objects using Thrausi
Relevant links: Thrausi www.nitro4d.com
Download Project File here
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Hey guys, great news for everybody.
We are growing. More talents have joined and we have many hands on deck, to give you that professional and creative design for all your needs....
We are working hard to develop an android app which will make the client-designer interaction smoother and easier to accomplish.
What would you like to see in our app???
android guy was modelled in Cinema 4D. Final Work was done in Photoshop.
Thursday, June 20, 2013
|Cinema 4D render with final compositing completed in Adobe Photoshop|
|Cinema 4D render with Final Compomsiting done in Adobe Photoshop|
Now for the original images
techniques which worked for me in accomplishing this composite work.
- Map the original still images to a floor and background in Cinema 4D
- Create your text and position them where you best think they need to be
- Randomness adds realism and believability to your works
- Pay attention to the direction of the light and shadows in the original still image and try to reproduce it in Cinema 4D
- In photoshop, use colour correction techniques to match the two sets of pictures.
- Use scale, position and rotation values wisely, to achieve the look of depth and perspective.
- Be creative, crazy, and have fun.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Good news folks! I will be dropping a new typography
video tomorrow, and a typography video or verse
from scripture, or popular quote every Thursday, as
God directs me! You can send in your requests for
verses you wanna see converted into creative pieces,
or songs you want me to make a typography video of.