Join Christopher Broeska for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up to sculpt, part of Sculpting and Painting a Head in CINEMA 4D.
…Before we jump into sculpting, there's just a few…things I want to be sure we have set up.…Let's go under Edit Preferences and turn on Graphics Tablet.…I'm going to be using a Wacom tablet so I can…take advantage of the pressure sensitivity offered in the sculptor.…If you don't have one, you could use a mouse, but you're not…really going to get the full effect and the full feel of sculpting in Cinema.…Let's just go ahead to our Layout drop down and choose Sculpting.…So, one of the biggest tools in your arsenal that…I can't stress enough is going to be reference.…For this sculpt, we're going to be creating an old man.…
And you can see we've got several…different images here that we're going to be using.…The reason I'm not going with just one is because…there's elements that I like out of each of these images.…For this character for instance, I kind of like the shape around his…mouth, and I do like the shape of the contour of his face.…On this guy I like his neckfold area.…On this character he's got a great…
- Roughing out a first pass
- Enhancing wrinkles and folds
- Painting with the Stamp Brush
- Painting in layers