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Cinema 4D Basics: Make an Awesome 3D Movie Title

Aaron Bartlett, Motion/Graphic Designer

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8 Videos (33m)
    • Introduction

      0:40
    • Creating Your Title Design

      5:47
    • Modeling

      3:21
    • Texturing

      6:11
    • Camera & Lighting

      6:45
    • Rendering

      4:13
    • Editing in Photoshop

      6:08
    • Fun, right?

      0:18

About This Class

Have you been wanting to learn Cinema 4D but you're not sure where to start? If you have an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription, then you have Cinema 4D Lite and you can get started learning now. This is a great chance for designers, artists and enthusiasts to expand their skillset! 3D titles are an exciting way to add quality to your print, web and design projects. In this class we’ll learn how to take 2D vector art and turn it into a more dynamic, movie-quality title. We’ll be making a simple title in Cinema 4D (or creating a design in Illustrator), converting it to a 3D model, adding detail, texturing, lighting and rendering out a final image. Alternatively, I’ll show you how to use After Effects to export a still using Cinema 4D Lite. From there we’ll color correct and tweak in Photoshop for final use.

28 of 28 students recommendSee All

Awesome! Love that its brief but a complete project.
Very simple tutorial with excellent results.
Ivan Leyva

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If you want to learn Cinema 4D, but get bored of long fundamental lessons quickly, then this is for you! It really encouraged me to continue to learn, because I did a decent looking image in a short time and also had fun.

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Aaron Bartlett

Motion/Graphic Designer

I'm designer who works in LA and I've spent much of my career in TV doing work on promos as well as other forms of entertainment marketing. I've got a fairly broad background in a variety of media. I love cartoons and comics books.

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