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STYLEGUIDES

Cinema4D Tutorial Pack

Written by daniel on 9. February 20:37

Following parts will be introduced in this guide
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01. Information.
02. The Guides.
03. Credits.


01. Information
The first Cinema 4D tutoral pack from stevester. Click on one of the tutorials to stream.


02. The Guides

- Introduction -

- Lesson 1 - Animation
- Lesson 2 - Pipeline
- Lesson 3 - Materials
- Lesson 4 - Lighting
- Lesson 5 - Grass Dynamics
- Lesson 6 - Xpresso part 1
- Lesson 6 - Xpresso part 2 & 3
- Lesson 6 - Xpresso part 4
- Lesson 6 - Xpresso part 5
- Lesson 7 - Bonus Lesson - Hair Again


03. Credits
Guide by stevester1
Banner by andreas

It might take a couple of minutes for the guides to load.

©2007 Style-Productions and Steven Como
COMMENTS
#1zeun panCake 9. February 2007 20:45
nice! lovely steve!
#2Lacc Hybrid Movies 9. February 2007 20:59
nice
#3entrion Guido Westerwelle 9. February 2007 21:00
I love steve's tutorials, you learn from them and they are entertaining.

Last changed: 10. February 2007 15:52
#4h y t e x Authentic-Pictures 9. February 2007 21:30
Really nice.. :D
#5stevester 9. February 2007 21:55
Dedicated to Atomic, Anthony, Pava, Slize, and Daniel.

<3

Last changed: 10. February 2007 17:33
#6zARW 9. February 2007 22:22
Nice
#7xyanide Style-Productions 10. February 2007 12:19
Good work steve!
#8context panCake 10. February 2007 13:32
OK , keep making Tutorials:)
#9slize Elegato 10. February 2007 16:51
#5 and me.

nice, will check it later
#10stevester 10. February 2007 17:33
I have to say, I'm pretty dissapointed at a response like #8's... instead of saying thanks to style or something, you actually request more or am I just missreading?

sigh.

Last changed: 10. February 2007 18:24
#11aTomic 10. February 2007 19:46
Wow, steve really does a great job. Well appreciated and enjoyed everyone check them out!
#12slize Elegato 10. February 2007 21:50
yeah I've learned a lot in AE with steve tuts. He's the one person, who is making toutorials quite often and he try to help someone and he wants to give us his knowledge LOL!
#13Round-Three 10. February 2007 21:56
i dont use cinema i think 3ds max is better then all the 3D programs :) but anyway thx
#14stevester 10. February 2007 22:05
oh #13, one day you'll understand...
#15neyloc neyloc 11. February 2007 06:43
#13 its a 4D program, therefore not comparable to 3Dsmax

/sarcasm
#16matan1q2w 11. February 2007 11:01
what is the 4th dimension?
1 width
2 depth
3 length
4...?
#17snarvaj hillbillyjunkies 11. February 2007 12:40
the f axis? hell i dunno
#18zpR 11. February 2007 13:33
On the first Lesson 5:17, you did something which you didn't mention.. what did you do? I don't think you grouped objects again...
#19stevester 11. February 2007 18:01
I did mention it lol, when you make an extrude objects into an editable mesh (by hitting C, or right clicking-> make editable) it will create the main hull + 2 caps (the 2 caps are the faces that "close the object"). I then connect them together.

4th dimension:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4th_dimension

And ofc you can't compare c4d with max, c4d will whip max any day in motion graphics. :)
#20Arild1990 11. February 2007 18:27
very good! :) usefull
#21marsi hillbillyjunkies 12. February 2007 00:17
Sweet
#22Sn00ty Vienna 12. February 2007 02:46
nice i dont have to dl them
#23thuvan DREAMPAST 13. February 2007 07:22
awsome :D
#24szomszedsrac 17. February 2007 08:38
1 width
2 depth
3 length
4 time
#25s0nkite* 21. February 2007 02:42
time? then 3ds max has 5 dimensions, depth lengh heigh time and reactor which if you subdevide those has 7.453.232 dimensions.

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