Modeling the tiny Shogun in cinema 4D Premium class

Peter Nagy, Illustratos, Motion design, 3D,

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27 Videos (4h)
    • Modeling a tiny Shogun in C4D

      0:44
    • 01 Modeling with reference picture

      7:18
    • 02 Modeling add weight to the car

      6:56
    • 03 Define the lamp and the hood

      8:00
    • 04 Modeling the turn signal

      7:29
    • 05 Modeling the air intake

      10:40
    • 06 Modeling the radiator grille

      7:41
    • 07 Define the mudguard

      9:24
    • 08 Add bumper to the car

      11:24
    • 09 Rim

      6:51
    • 10 Tires

      8:54
    • 12 Modeling springs and differentials

      12:57
    • 11 The mirrors

      10:40
    • 13 Detail the rim

      9:38
    • 14 Steps radiator and window frame

      9:05
    • 15 Turn signals

      9:34
    • 16 Wiper

      10:56
    • 17 Complete the lamps

      10:46
    • 18 The rear turn signal and the tank

      12:18
    • 19 Exhaust

      8:56
    • 20 Build the interior

      15:13
    • 21 Create seats for the car

      10:14
    • 25 Rendering

      3:52
    • 22 Steering wheels and gear shift

      9:04
    • 23 Add details for the roof

      9:56
    • 24 The logo

      5:18
    • 26 Bonus chapter - rack

      7:06

About This Class

How to model a cool tiny car in Cinema 4D?

If you are in love modelling cars and also love low poly modelling, try this course and make a cute classic Mitsubishi Shogun /Pajero, Montero/ with Cinema 4D!
The course is for those, who are already familiar a little bit with Cinema 4D, not a beginner course, but you will do!

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Peter Nagy

Illustratos, Motion design, 3D,

Hello, my name is Peter Nagy. I'm an illustrator, motion designer and photographer.
I live in Budapest, Hungary.

I work as motion designer at a leading commercial television channel. I create digital
paintings and illustrations in Photoshop and Illustrator with a Wacom tablet.

I love traditional pastel and comic art too. One of the most important things for me is
to create atmospheric scenes with impressionistic lights and a lovely story.

To follow my work you can view my portfolio at Behance
Also You can find my photographies works at 500px