CINEMA 4D is used in many industries, and identifying where you want to focus next is an important developmental step. In this video, learn where you can take your learning further.
- [Lecturer] I hope you found this course both fun and useful, and now you feel confident to open the software, have a play around, and attempt some more projects using Cinema 4D. Hopefully you can see the value of adding a 3D software package, such as Cinema 4D, to your skill set, because you can really add depth and dimension to your work. We set out to achieve the goal of getting to know Cinema 4D, its interface, and some methods of working that introduce you to the production pipeline by creating an animated logo.
Has it helped you to think of what kind of Cinema 4D artist you'd like to be? You can take a look at the Maxon website, and here, you can see various industries which use Cinema 4D. And there's a lot of content on the training library to help you research and refine what kind of artist you'd like to become. You can check out more courses on industry such as product design, visual effects, and motion graphics. At the end of the previous chapter, we saw how we could take the animation, create it in this course further.
And if you're thinking you'd like to use Cinema 4D to create visual effects or product shorts or for learning more about motion graphics, there are courses on those topics also on the library.
- How 3D artists use C4D
- Getting to know the interface
- Modeling the logo
- Animating with MoGraph
- Animating the camera
- Adding lighting
- Creating and applying materials
- Organizing the project
- Rendering the project
- Identifying what kind of C4D artist you want to be