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Watch as Nick sets up his first PC in 20 years. See where he struggles, questions he has, and getting things ready to render.
Nick will give you a guided tour of his office, unboxing his new computer, and PC setup challenges. Want to know more about the gear and the tools we installed? Check the list down below.
What happens in this video?
Nick shows up to the office to open his new PC and monitor. He will show you challenges of his office space, where and how he works, unboxing all the gear and accessories, and then setting up the machine. Read More
The popular MoGraph tools in Cinema 4D earn top recognition from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced nine scientific and technical achievements for 2019.
From the announcement, the Academy says,
“Each year, the Academy forms a diverse committee made up of nearly 60 experts on the technology of filmmaking tasked with examining the tools that artists use to create films,” said Doug Roble, chair of the Scientific and Technical Awards Committee. “This year, the committee is recognizing nine technologies from around the world. These extraordinary contributions to the science of filmmaking have elevated our art form to incredible new heights.”
Winners are not required to have been developed and introduced in 2018, but rather have demonstrated a proven record of contributing significant value to the process of making motion pictures.
The Greyscalegorilla One Day Sale is your chance to take 40% off our Cinema 4D tools and training. Get all the new plugins and assets.
The 2018 One Day Sale has ended.
Chaos Group takes over the development of the V-Ray for Cinema 4D plugin, aiming to take on the likes of Arnold, Octane, and Redshift.
Big news for those who love V-Ray renderer, Chaos Group has officially taken over the development and marketing of V-Ray for Cinema 4D. Previously, the V-Ray for C4D plugin was developed by LAUBLab. As of November 1st, 2018, it is now under the control of the inventors of V-Ray, Chaos Group. Read More
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
Join Nick Campbell in person or streaming at these upcoming events in Los Angeles, Toronto, and YouTube live.
NAB and SIGGRAPH have concluded, but there are still a few more big events rounding out the end of 2018. Here’s what’s coming up on our schedules.
Adobe Max is an annual creativity conference held in Los Angeles hosted by Adobe. This year’s keynote speakers include Ron Howard and Questlove, and a performance by Beck. You can also preview upcoming new features to the Adobe CC with special host Tiffany Haddish. 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
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
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.
Get up to 8-times faster graphics performance on MacBook Pros with the new eGPU from Blackmagic Design.
Apple has been struggling to meet the demands on 3D artists and post-production professionals for quite a few years now. As you’ve increasingly heard the debate on this site on the benefits of switching to PC, the truth is many motion designers (especially freelancers) are still using Macs.
Now that debate will continue, but there is some good news for Mac users with the announcement of a new external GPU. Apple teamed up with Blackmagic Design (makers of Fusion, Resolve, URSA Mini, and countless other video production tools) to create an eGPU for increased processing speeds.
A special thank you to our community for helping the Greyscalegorilla YouTube channel hit 100,000 subscribers.
We just wanted to say thank you to everyone who continues to follow and support us. We just hit a major milestone, 100,000 YouTube subscribers! We promise to keep putting out great new tutorials and tips on our channel.
Special thanks to you, no matter where you follow us. Whether it’s on YouTube for tutorials, Twitch for AskGSG and our live streams, or on all our various social media accounts like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
This community continues to grow, and we are so grateful for your support.
Seeing that we also recently hit 100 podcast episodes, alongside some other GSG milestones, keep an eye out for a special summer announcement soon.
The Greyscalegorilla team