Lighting shot 4: Separate elements in a shot (the shark)


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Lighting shot 4: Separate elements in a shot (the shark)

The lighting for the end page is a bit different than the other shots. It's going to get two completely different lighting setups, one for the shark using the Global Illumination options that we've been using for the other shark scenes. And then one lighting setup for the logo that's a traditional render using a three-point light setup. Because of this we are going to split up the shot into separate files, one for the logo and one for the shark. Let's start off with the shark. I am going to open up the final animation file for shot 4. Let's go to the Open menu and negative to the Chapter 9 Exercise Files and open up shot-004 final animation.

You can see that our logo and shark are existing in the same space. And all I am going to do for the shark scene is to turn off the logo. And using the status dots here in the middle column, I am going to make the top dot red and the bottom dot red by clicking twice on the gray dot each time. And that makes the logo invisible. I didn...

Lighting shot 4: Separate elements in a shot (the shark)
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Lighting shot 4: Separate elements in a shot (the shark) provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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