Follow along in this guided walk-through of Arnold GPU beta 5.3. See our first impressions, what we’re excited about, and what concerns we still have.
What does Arnold GPU look like? Is it easy to switch from CPU to GPU? What are the exciting new features? All that and more in this Arnold GPU walk-through.
Follow along as Chad shares his first impressions, insight, and issues with the recently released Arnold GPU beta.
Let’s dive in.
Have more questions about Arnold GPU?
Check up our roundup of frequently asked questions. There you will find out more about system requirements, trials, and much more.
Two Arnold GPU beta testers talk about what users should expect with the new GPU render engine.
In this episode, Chad Ashley and Shawn Astrom share their thoughts on Arnold GPU beta and their experiences testing the renderer. They’ll talk about things they like, where Arnold GPU beta still needs improvement, and how far the beta has come over the past few months.
Watch now on YouTube or tune in on your favorite podcast app.
Find out who won the GSG10 Giveaway, and learn which host was a magician and which host would guess your weight.
In this episode, the gang announces the GSG10 Giveaway winners, talk about NAB 2019, Arnold and Redshift, their first jobs, and so much more.
Watch now on YouTube or tune into your favorite podcast service.
Turn a Polymesh object into a surreal celestial render using C4D noise and Volume Displacement in Arnold.
Let’s dive in.
Need drag-and-drop Arnold materials? Get over 350 curated textures with the Everyday Material Collection.
In this Redshift tutorial, learn how to get rid of noise, animate with depth of field, and more.
With these three easy tips, you’ll learn a few things Nick picked up while going through the Greyscalegorilla Guide to Redshift. Learn how to properly set up your render settings for even faster and better results.
Let’s dive in, and you can also read all the tips down below.
Tip 1: Bring Clone Colors in Redshift
First let’s talk about color. This scene uses Fields in Cinema 4D, but the colors used don’t appear in Redshift. You’ll need to apply a Redshift Material to your cloner. Read More
The latest version of Cinebench is here. You can also save big on Cinema 4D R20 upgrades, and Maxon took home an Academy Award.
It’s been a busy 2019 for Maxon. Not only are they still riding the wave of a big Cinema 4D R20 release at the end of 2018, the company spent early 2019 at the Academy Awards and just announced a significant update to Cinebench.
Let’s dive into the big Cinema 4D news.
Cinema 4D R20 Upgrade Super Sale
Right now through March 29th at 3PM PST, you can save big on R20 upgrades. Customers with ANY previous C4D release can upgrade to Cinema 4D R20 for $1,695. Read More
GSG is back at NAB for another year of presentations, parties, and so much more! Come join us in all the fun.
It’s time again for the biggest production show in the world, NAB. The 2019 NAB Show will be held in the Las Vegas Convention Center from April 6th through the 11th. The show floor opens up on Monday April 8th, and we’ll have our own Greyscalegorilla station at the MAXON booth.
We’ll also have plenty of events planned for the week, including last year’s big party, the MoGraph Meetup. Read More
Cinema 4D’s Lead Developer talks about the now Academy Award-winning MoGraph toolset in C4D, which earned a Scientific and Technical Award.
Though the films themselves often take the spotlight during the Oscars, this celebration of achievement in production extends far beyond the last year’s movie releases. In addition to the Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (A.M.P.A.S.) celebrates outstanding achievements with Scientific and Technical Awards.
We previously talked about Cinema 4D’s MoGraph tools earning a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and since we have had the opportunity to talk with Maxon’s Cinema 4D Lead Developer Per-Anders Edwards about their achievement.
Here’s our conversation.
Per-Anders Edwards Interview
Nine years ago I met the biggest Cinema 4D fan ever. This guy talked faster than I did, and he was so passionate about learning and teaching. After watching his live tutorial about Cinema 4D’s new dynamics system, I knew he should be a huge part of the future of Greyscalegorilla.
Chris Schmidt (and his two brothers, Danny and Joe) have brought enthusiasm and passion to absolutely everything they have worked on.
It is now with a heavy heart, I write this post…
Chris will be stepping down from his full-time position at Greyscalegorilla to pursue his new adventure in 3D. He and his brothers will continue working very closely with Greyscalegorilla on your favorite Cinema 4D plugins and tools.
Chris’s energy and passion for teaching are second to none and he will certainly be missed. We cannot wait to see what Chris and his two talented brothers do next.
We wish them all the best,
Nick + the Greyscalegorilla Team
Give an RGB image a 4-color CMYK printed look with this Arnold shader. Plus download the free scene file to follow along with and experiment.
In this tutorial, you’ll see how Chad created an Arnold shader that created a 4-color CMYK printed look in Cinema 4D.
The CMYK 4-color process is a look you’re likely familiar with if you’ve ever seen a newspaper or studied a magazine up close. Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black are combined layer by layer as tiny dots, which then combine to create the final look. You may have heard other terms like Four Color Printing, 4CP, Full Color Printing, or Process Printing. Read More
With the new Modern Industrial HDRI Pack, you can now get nearly 500 HDRI from Greyscalegorilla.
Looking for more organic looks to bring your renders to life? Introducing HDRI Modern Industrial, 20 OpenEXR high-dynamic-range images for Cinema 4D.
These twenty industrial workspaces and modern exteriors will help you achieve a professional commercial look. Environments include modern office spaces, stairwells, lobbies, and atriums.
Originally released as a limited time exclusive for select HDRI Link Suite owners, Modern Industrial is now publicly available for the first time.
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Fantasy User Interface (FUI) artist Robyn Haddow talks about her experience building functional interfaces for films, television, video games, and more.
Motion graphics artist Robyn Haddow is a dreamer, and as a successful freelancer specializing in creating fantasy user interfaces (FUI), she gets to dream plenty. Ant-Man and the Wasp, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor, Transformers, Mile 22, and Bumblebee—those are just a handful of the feature films for which Haddow has designed screen graphics and holograms.