I’m extremely excited to introduce The Pixel Lab “Sports Pack!” I’ve collaborated on this project with Remco van der Meer. We’ve created 30 sports elements that will hopefully save you tons of time on your projects.
I’m thrilled to release a massive update to our Image2Plane! Image2Plane 2.0 has arrived! I’m collaborating with my friend A.J. Haines (ajhaines.com) who I had the privilege of working with at an agency not too long ago.
Image2Plane is a Cinema4D plugin that will save you tons of time on your projects. The plugin is simple: take hundreds of images and in one click import them, put them each on their own texture, their own plane, and re-size them instantly. One click to set up a field of hundreds of images such as country flags, field of app icons, client logos, DVD covers, album covers, magazines, books, photos, trees etc.
Whenever you need massive amounts of images in your project, Image2Plane will handle that process with one click.
Image2Plane 2.0 is packed with tons of new features including:
I’m extremely excited to introduce The Pixel Lab “Soccer Pack!” I’ve collaborated on this project with Remco van der Meer and Tim Schurink. We’ve created a huge pack of soccer scene elements that will hopefully save you tons of time on your projects.
The models are made with Cinema 4D R12 and include textures. NOTE: They will NOT work in versions previous to R12. You may use these models for personal or commercial use, just not for stock or resale in any way. I have made a .lib4d file so you can load these models into your Cinema 4D Content Browser and easily access the models at any time!
Many of these models are worth well over $30 individually so we have again provided a great deal in the hopes of making this affordable for everyone! If you have any questions about the pack, please e-mail me at: [email protected]
This pack includes the following C4D models:
- 3D Corner Flag Model
- 3D Linesman Flag
- 3D Foosball Table Model
- 3D Linesman Substitution Board Model
- 3D Player Dugout Model
- 3D Ref Cards (yellow card and red card)
- 3D Referee Whistle Model
- 3D Soccer Ball Model
- 3D Soccer Cleats Model
- 3D Soccer Field Model
- 3D Soccer Goal/Net Model
- 3D Soccer Trophy Model
- 3D Soccer Stadium Flood Lights Model
- 3D Stadium Arena Seating Model
- 3D Training Cones Model (round and regular)
GSG just finished migrating their texture pack to a version that works with C4D Lite and also included 50 new textures including Plasticine, Marshmallow, Clumpy Sand, Cloudy Ice Cube and Infrared. They also revamped the textures so they are completely tile-able! That brings them up to over 500 textures which is the most comprehensive and growing texture library out there for Cinema4D. I couldn’t recommend this product more. It’s a free update to existing users, too, which is awesome!
I just stumbled across the Vray Lighting Essentials kit from Renderking and wanted to share it with you. If you use Vray, then this is a great product to speed up your projects and give you some really sexy renders.
It comes with a bunch of lighting rig/studios that are based on themes like sci-fi, car lighting, motion graphics, white studio, hard light and reflection, as well as a couple pre-made logo reveal scenes.
Here’s a tip, when you go to the site, it shows you an image of every studio set up. Click on that image and you will go to a full page showing you multiple images of that studio set up and also a video tutorial on it. It’s easy to miss the further details which show you exactly what comes with the pack.
If you need a base studio to get you started on some really fine Vray renders, learn more here: http://bit.ly/ZKjZzc
Learn more here: http://bit.ly/ZKjZzc
Modeling Essentials for Cinema 4D
We have a pretty big focus on modeling at thepixellab.net with our model packs, freebies and modeling contests. This new training series by my buddy Rob Redman fits right in with what we’re doing, so I’m pretty pumped about it.
Today is the release of Making it Look Great 10 from Motionworks which is all about modeling essentials for Cinema 4D. Learn the tools and the correct workflow and make sure you’re being as efficient as possible.
If you want to learn more and watch the sample lessons you can check it out here: http://bit.ly/1oPdP2c
Congrats to my friend Rob for another great training series!