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See why 3D World Magazine calls Light Kit Pro 3 an “essential” plugin for Cinema 4D, and gives the new tool a Best in Class 5-star review.
The latest edition of 3D World Magazine is on newsstands now. (You can purchase a physical or digital copy here.)
Featured among the greatest new things and trends in 3D are both a Light Kit Pro 3 review and tutorial.
Freelance journalist and CG artist Steve Jarratt tested the new Light Kit Pro 3, and came back with a stellar review and the magazine’s highest honors, a Best in Class 5/5 review.
“With a huge library of preset studios on offer, some really clever functionality and general ease of use, Light Kit Pro 3.0 comes highly recommended — hell, if your work is primarily product shots, it’s pretty much essential.” Read More
See how Run, Kick, Shout and Calabash Animation used Cinema 4D and Redshift to create a series of animated spots for PayPal.
Did you know that over 19 million sites use PayPal? That’s the fun fact I learned in these new animated spots from Run, Kick, Shout. Then I realized that this campaign was 100% effective on me. I learned facts about the client, I enjoyed the animation, and now here I am sharing my thoughts. I consider that a well executed campaign.
Take a look at the PayPal videos here to see what I fell in love with.
I wanted to learn more about this project, and the team behind, so I reached out to Chicago’s Run, Kick, Shout for more. Read More
The Corridor Crew walks you through their latest Corridor Digital short Foam Fortnite. Go behind the scenes of the shoot, edit, VFX, and more.
As entertaining as the short films on the Corridor Digital channel are, you can find equally entertaining and educational videos on the Corridor Crew channel (formerly the Sam and Niko channel). Its a series of videos that take you behind the scenes of the office life, as well as tutorials on their biggest sequences, shoots, and general post-production madness.
We had a chance to hang out with the crew at the Maxon + Greyscalegorilla pinball party at NAB this year. It was there that a giant group on Cinema 4D enthusiasts likely finally convinced Wren Weichman to make the jump to C4D, which he talks about in this video.
We are a few months into the teams transition, and the Corridor Crew channel has been a blast to watch as Wren and Clint Jones learn Cinema 4D.
When should you start thinking about color in your 3D and motion design projects? It’s time to think like a Director of Photography.
While listening to an Entagma discussion, where Manuel Casasola Merkle and Moritz Schwing rant about render engines, the duo spends a little bit of time talking about LUTs in the post-process.
This led me down a tangent of questions, which ultimately led me to wonder if 3D artists should operate more like cinematographers. A Director of Photography (DP) will often devise a color scheme before production even begins. They’ll talk with the director about the emotional connection they want the piece to convey, and then the DP, either on their own or with a DIT or colorist, will create a look. Read More
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
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
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
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.
We’ve got a few major events and announcements headed your way. Join us in Vancouver, Chicago, or streaming online for Siggraph and Half Rez 7.
It’s an absolutely full few weeks of news, events, and live presentations, all on top of our regularly scheduled new tutorials and training. Here are the big events coming up.
This year’s SIGGRAPH will be held in Vancouver August 12-16th. Join Nick Campbell, Chris Schmidt, Chad Ashley, and some more incredibly talented C4D artists at the Maxon booth presenting the new Cinema 4D R20.
MAXON announces Release 20 of Cinema 4D featuring new tools and updates like MoGraph Fields, Node-Based Materials, Volume Modeling and more.
The latest release of Cinema 4D is here, and there are some big changes. We’re diving into what’s new, so keep an eye out for some upcoming tutorials and tune into AskGSG at 2 PM CST today to see Chris tackle R20.
Cinema 4D R20 will debut live at Siggraph 2018. Join Greyscalegorilla at the MAXON Cinema 4D booth to learn from Nick, Chris, and Chad. If you can’t attend in person, you and tune into a live stream at c4dlive.com during the show, August 14-16.
In the meantime, here’s what we know about the latest C4D. Read More