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Free Webinar: RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0

Free Webinar: RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0

Free Webinar: RealFlow | Cinema 4D 2.0

Save the Date: September 27, 2017, 6 pm (CEST)

In this webinar on September 27, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM (CEST), Danish 3D artist and MAXON Cinema 4D Lead Instructor Thomas Andreasen demonstrates the benefits of the 2nd release of RealFlow | Cinema 4D. In an enthralling 1-hour presentation he will shed a light on working with position-based dynamics (PBD) and demonstrate how easily viscous and granular materials can now be created without switching from Cinema 4D to an external application.

Furthermore, the excellent integration will be highlighted with the use of Cinema 4D R19’s updated Sound Effector to drive the fluid animations.

The webinar will go through a complete project workflow from first steps to a completed movie.
After the presentation, Next Limit’s RealFlow product specialist Thomas Schlick will be available to answer your questions during a Q&A session.

Please register here.

Cinema 4D and MoGraph for Concept Illustration

Cinema 4D and MoGraph for Concept Illustration

Cinema 4D and MoGraph for Concept Illustration

In this free webinar, Leon Tukker will talk about ways to use Cinema 4D in a concept art workflow.

On July 14, 3:00 PM (CEST), Leon Tukker will show you how Cinema 4D’s MoGraph toolset can be used in combination with modifiers to quickly create a 3D scene as a base for a detailed concept illustration.
After exporting into Photoshop, multiple painting and composition techniques will be used to finalize the illustration.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Exploring basic tools and  MoGraph techniques to generate a 3D base
  • Applying tileable textures to create information to work from in Photoshop
  • Painting over the 3D base using various painting and compositing techniques

Register here for free.

About the trainer
Leon Tukker is a freelance concept artist based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Working for clients like Paramount Pictures and Paizo, Leon uses a combination of Cinema 4D, octane renderer and Photoshop to create designs and illustrations.