I’m excited to share our Technology Pack for Videocopilot Element 3D with you! This product was created by Remco van der Meer and converted to Element 3D by Vic Garcia. The pack has 49 technology themed models prepared for Element. Below are all of the included models. These renders were done straight out of After Effects:
This is the Pixel Lab “Low Poly Scenery Pack!” I’ve teamed up with Remco and we have created over 75 low poly C4D models that will hopefully save you tons of time on your projects. We also included 6 full scenes that have different color schemes that you can pick from.
This video was created by a customer, Joe G. He created an entire city scape exclusively with models from this pack! Huge thanks to Joe for sharing, check him out on Instagram here. Here are all of the included models in the pack:
We put up a great free model by Remco and got some feedback about the way he made the lens material. The lens has beautiful coloration and the way Remco achieved that was by using the Thin Film Shader which is new in R18. The effect can be used for lenses, bubbles, water, and anything transparent that has a little oily, colored gloss to it. Hope this tutorial helps, it is super easy to set up.
Remco constantly tinkers around with new stuff. Sometimes really crazy stuff ends up coming to life. For instance, this “Sci-Fi Orb-a-ma-jigger-thing.” It’s a pretty sweet element, you could use it in sci-fi work etc. Also, it uses the brand new “Thin Film Shader” available in R18. If you want a tutorial on how to set that up, just let me know. It’s a great new feature for beautiful textures. Thanks Remco, like always!
Super quick Cinema 4D tip, but a really, really useful one. It’s sometimes the easy/simple things that save the most time and hassle. I hope it helps you out!
You feeling like some retro vibes? Remco saw a picture of a portable Sony television from days gone by and of course, being Remco, decided he had to model it. The result is an absolutely stunning and nostalgic model! And of course, being the generous guy he is, he’s letting you all have it. So, download, enjoy, make something cool. If you do, please shoot us an e-mail, we would love to see your work!
I found a really awesome rig hidden deep in the bowels of the Cinema 4D content browser. If you haven’t heard of it, check this quick video out. It’s a primer for how to use the rig. Just a heads up, the free rig is available in R17 and above. Hope this helps you out!
Remco van der Meer modeled a beautiful, clean, modern house model for you and we are giving it away for free. The model is for Cinema 4D and can be used for commercial or personal use, just not for stock or re-sale. If you make anything cool with it, or any of our other freebies or products, I would love to see it! Enjoy!
In this Cinema 4D R18 quick tip I’ll show you a new quick way to make extrusions that render a lot faster than displacement. It’s the new “Parallax Offset” feature. Hope this is useful to you.
Check out our Procedural Material Pack here: thepixellab.net/cinema4d-procedural-material-pack
This is the third and final installment of Remco’s old brick buildings freebie series! You should now be able to create a lot of great scenes including castles and old brick style environments. This download has a handful of brick castle tower models in various sizes and shapes. Huge thanks to Remco for sharing so many insane models. I’m very excited to share them with you all!
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