All Greyscalegorilla Plugins are now R20 compatible, including Signal with a limited-time patch. Here’s what you need to know about these updates.
We’ve been working hard to get all of our plugins R20 compatible, and the last Greyscalegorilla plugin is now ready.
Previously, we covered that Cinema 4D R20 features an all core, breaking all existing plugins, requiring plugin creators to build new versions of their plugins.
Signal was the last Greyscalegorilla plugin to be updated due to some existing limitations with R20. Here’s the fix. Read More
How many Render_FinalFinalv2 files have you had to make over the years? Avoid that mess entirely using tokens in Cinema 4D.
No longer will you need to worry about overwriting previous takes and renders, and easily keep tab on the latest version of your project with tokens.
Cinema 4D R17+ includes a series of standard tokens that you can use, but using the Cineversity CV-Tokens opens up even more possibilities and overall ease.
Download CV-Token from Cineversity
To follow along with this tutorial, you’ll want to grab CV-Token. This C4D tool from Cineversity will allow you to setup the file naming process, and not have to worry about it again.
The X-Particles 4 beta for Cinema 4D R20 is available now from INSYDIUM, and a full release is scheduled for November.
Will X-Particles be compatible with Cinema 4D R20?
Yes, X-Particles 4 (and only XP4) will be R20 compatible. A beta (Build 623) is currently available through INSYDIUM’s Early Access Programme and a public released is slated for November 1st, 2018. Read More
A behind-the-scenes look at Substance’s making of the TEDxSydney 2018 titles, and how everything was realized using Cinema 4D, Redshift, Houdini, and ZBrush.
All images via Substance.
The brief for TEDxSydney’s 2018 titles was just one word — Humankind, and Scott Geersen, creative director of the Sydney Australia-based studio, Substance, ran with it.
The result is a moving journey through imagined museum galleries that, in less than two minutes, manages to make uncomfortably clear the deeply complex nature of humankind.
MAXON’s Cinema 4D R20 is officially out. Are you already using R20? Here’s what you need to know.
The much-anticipated release 20 of Cinema 4D had users salivating over all the big new features, and now you can start experimenting with Fields, node-based materials, and much more!
Already downloaded R20 and have a few questions? Here’s what you need to know. Read More
Learn about the biggest new features in Cinema 4D R20 with our newest Greyscalegorilla instructor.
New features in Cinema 4D R20, and a new trainer at Greyscalegorilla. In this video, we are thrilled to introduce Matthew O’Neill, or Mash, from 3D Fluff.
Mash is a longtime Cinema 4D user, with over 20 years of experience. A former Maxon employee, Mash has spent the past 15 years working freelance and creating professional 3D training.
Live from Siggraph 2018, we answer your questions about the new tools and features in Cinema 4D R20.
Are you diving into all the new features of Cinema 4D R20, but have some questions? We took your questions live during a Cinema 4D R20 demo at Siggraphs 2018.
In addition to our presentation, we’ve also included many of the scene files we showed and created during the show. Be sure to grab those below so you can break down our project settings and learn more about all the new R20 features. Read More
The Greyscalegorilla team shows off their favorite new features of Cinema 4D R20. Learn about these exciting new tools and download free R20 scene files.
Live from the MAXON booth at Siggraph 2018, the GSG team will guide you through all their favorite features of R20. Nick, Chris, and Chad take the stage together with their infectious free-flowing style, and dive into an hour of demoing Cinema 4D R20.
Start off learning about Fields, liquid effects, and Dynamics. We’ll even show you a cool technique for creating footsteps in snow.
Want to learn more about the Light Kit Pro 3 plugin for Cinema 4D? Here are our top ten new features in action.
Did you know Light Kit Pro 3 is the biggest plugin ever built by Greyscalegorilla? It’s so much more than just lights! Packed into the over 13,000 lines of code are tons of new features, tools, presets, and more.
Sure, Light Kit Pro 3 introduces some nice new things, like customizable studio presets, a searchable Light Kit Browser, dockable palette icons, and a PC and Mac installer so you can get up and running in no time, but there are ten standout new features that we think you have to know about. Read More
In this 3D After Effects tutorial, you will learn how to create glossy metallic text and logos without having to use third-party plugins. Free download included!
If you have the Adobe Creative Cloud, then you have the tools to create simple 3D animations like logo reveals and flying text. With After Effects, you can create this glossy 3D metal logo animation, and you can make it without having to use additional plugins.
Now you can use the text of your choice, or any logo file to follow along. I’m going to use the Greyscalegorilla logo Illustrator file, and in After Effects I’ll turn it into a Shape from Vector Layer. Then we will dive into settings, extrusions, lighting, and animating the logo. Read More
New lights, objects, presets, and built-in support for multiple third-party renderers. This is the all-new Light Kit Pro 3.
We are thrilled to announce Light Kit Pro 3, the biggest upgrade we’ve ever built. Completely re-engineered and reimagined, this is the tool you’ve been waiting for. Have complete control over your lighting, instantly add pre-lit studios, and switch between major renderers.