Duration:02 h 41 m
Author: Dave Bergin
What Will I Learn?
Create your own Daily Render in Cinema 4D and Octane
After Effects (If you want to do post production)
Daz Studio (Free software if you want to use a prebuilt character)
Hey it’s Dave from CG Shortcuts, Welcome to the Course!
I’m a freelance 3D and Motion Graphics Artist based in London where I’ve been working and teaching in the industry for over 10 years.
In this course I’ll show you how to create a Daily Render in Cinema 4D and Octane render.
we’ll be creating a Science Fiction scene and best of all you don’t need to be a professional modeler or 3D artist, I’ll show you some tips and tricks you can use to save time and create an artwork like this within just 1 day.
Daily renders are super popular on Instagram and other social media at the moment so it’s going to be great for your online portfolio!
By the end of this course you’ll level up your Cinema 4D skills and be able to create your very own Daily Renders.
All you need is Maxon Cinema 4D and Octane Renderer (After effects and Daz studio optional) – don’t worry if you don’t have them because you can download a free demo to start learning straight away
We’ll also cover everything step by step so you can easily follow along, including..
An introduction to Daily Renders
Character creation in the free Daz Studio app
Daz integration with Cinema 4D and Octane
Free resources you can use in your daily renders
The fundamentals of composition
Modeling props in Cinema 4D and Daz
Sculpting in Cinema 4D
Octane Volumetric lighting
Octane Texturing and material creation
Post production in After Effects
Bonus lesson on creating snow or dust particles
There’s also a Bonus lesson on creating snow or dust particles to take our render one step further.
Plus you’ll also get access to project files and time saving presets you can use in your artwork. (I dont supply the featured models but link to where you can get them online)
Who is the target audience?
Beginner and Intermediate 3D artists who want to level up their skills in Cinema 4D as well as Octane Renderer.