Just a little tip for adding some depth/realism to your scene when using the Physical Sky Object in C4D. It’s a nice little feature to be aware of!
Free model time! Simon Spencer-Harvey created a sick C4D model of the Amazon Echo which is voice activated speaker. Thanks Simon!
Jim Field, who has contributed a TON of awesome free models to our community, has another C4D model pack for you today. It’s a pack of 4 playhouse models! Huge thanks, as always, to Jim. Feel free to use the models for personal or commercial use. If you guys have anything to share, just let me know at [email protected] and I can help spread the word. Cheers!
Jim Field is giving away another great set of models! Included in this pack are three chair models: an Executive Chair, a Office Chair and a Visitors Chair. Like always they are free for commercial or personal use, just make sure to thank Jim for his generosity. Cheers!
Well, I totally forgot I haven’t given this model away yet. And….now it’s 2 days after Halloween, dangit. Oh well, maybe you can use it for something anyway. Hope it’s useful. This free Cinema 4D haunted house model was created by Jim Field. Jim has been super generous with a lot of his work, so make sure to thank him!
Feel free to use the model for personal or commercial use. Also, if you have any models or assets you have created and you want to give back to the community, shoot me an e-mail: [email protected] I would love to help spread the word. Cheers!
In this quick Cinema 4D tutorial I’ll show you the easiest way to loop your animations using F-Curves and the Before and After options. Hope it helps some of you out!
Here is the link for the free character rig: thepixellab.net/free-cinema-4d-character-rig-marvin
Cinema 4D Depth passes are incredibly useful for compositing in After Effects. Setting them up, however, is a bit annoying. I found a really cool free preset rig by Mike Udin that lets you visualize your depth pass directly in C4D so you can set them up quickly and accurately. Thanks for sharing, Mike!
The Alley model used in the tutorial is from our City Pack.