In this video I’ll address a question I get a lot, and that is “how do I edit the textures in your .lib4d model packs.” It’s pretty easy, just a bit confusing if you don’t know where to look. Hope it helps!
The model used is from the Events 2.0 pack here.
My friend Jim Field is at it again! Jim is the artist behind the sweet pocket watch model as well as a cottage house and Moor Park manor house we gave away awhile ago. Today he’s giving away a Sony Ericsson Satio Phone C4D 3D model. Please make sure to thank Jim in the comments for his efforts and generosity!
Sometimes you need a complex model to be a single polygonal object. You might need this to simplify your scene, make it faster, export a model to a different application, or chop/cut up a model with thrausi or nitroblast. This is a super quick tip for a fast and dirty 2 click solution for that. Hope it helps!
Hey guys, my friend Medamine has created another awesome alphabet project. He has made one before, which you can check out here: thepixellab.net/free-c4d-3d-titles Now he’s back with a new one and it’s also free! Huge thanks to Medamine for this really cool, intricate title set. Make sure to check him out and send him a thank you:
(If you have anything cool to share with the community, let me know and I can help spread the word!)
My friend Jim Field has created another incredible model for us! Jim is the artist behind the sweet pocket watch model as well as a cottage house model we gave away awhile ago. Today he’s giving away an old Moor Park Manor building C4D 3D model. It’s incredibly detailed and beautiful. Please make sure to thank Jim in the comments for his efforts and generosity!
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This is a follow up to my last tutorial (http://bit.ly/1pI8r4z) In this one I’ll show you a couple of different ways to bake or cache your particle simulations in Cinema 4D. Hope this helps out!
In this Cinema 4D tutorial we’ll go over some dynamic simulations and I’ll give you some tips on how to improve your workflow with caching/baking. Hope it’s helpful! Remember, wake and bake folks.
I’m extremely excited to introduce The Pixel Lab “Procedural Material Pack!” Rob Redman and I have teamed up to bring you a very special pack with over 340 C4D materials to help you speed up your workflow and focus on being creative! These 100% procedural materials take full advantage of the new Reflectance channel in C4D! Procedural means that they are infinitely tile-able unlike many other material packs which use image textures and can create seams when you tile them.
Best of all we are only asking $45 for the pack, which should make it very accessible to everyone. Please note that it will only work in R16 and above because of the new Reflectance channel which is used heavily.
Simon Spencer-Harvey created a really cool C4D Xpresso rig and is giving it away! It’s a DNA Helix Strand C4D rig and you can control the value, offset, twist amount, bend amount and size of spheres with an easy to use Xpresso hud. It might be useful in some scientific infographic type projects. Huge thanks to Simon! Simon is also the mastermind behind all the incredible rigs in our recent Graphs and Charts Pack so make sure to check that out as well. Enjoy!
To get the model you just have to subscribe to our e-mail newsletter. After subscribing you will receive an e-mail with download instructions for all of our models. If you are already a subscriber, just find a previous e-mail from me. Every e-mail I send you has the specific URL and password to access our 100+ free models!
Just a little quick tip to help speed up your Cinema4D workflow. Cheers!