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We get a lot of feedback and suggestions for tutorials here at Greyscalegorilla. Most of them in the form of…
“We Want More Tutorials!”
“How Do You Do This In Cinema 4D?”
We’ve always wanted to post more tutorials, answer more questions, and play with Motion Design and 3D. So we started an experiment.
We decided to do a live show once a week specifically to answer your C4D questions. We called it AskGSG and it has been a huge success over the last couple years.
If you haven’t been to one of our live shows, you may have been missing out on some of the most fun tutorials Chris and I have ever made.
Of course, It’s impossible to answer ALL the questions we get from you budding C4D artists out there. But, now that we have a weekly show dedicated JUST for that, it’s a lot easier for you to get your questions answered. Just bring your questions to one of the live shows, ask it in the chat room, and Chris or I will try to answer it. It’s that easy.
Can’t make it to the live shows? Or do you want all the Scene Files from these tutorials? Check out our AskGSG Page To Learn More.
Below are just some of the questions we have tried to answer from artists like you…
During this week’s Ask GSG, Chris makes a Voxel Whale, A Negative Pressure Softbody, and a Electron Microscope Look. Get the recording of the show, these C4D scene files, and more by becoming a member at our Patreon Page.
We just added this icon set as a reward for our Scene File Members over at our Patreon Page. All of these scenes come fully lit and ready to render in R16. Of course, you also get all of the scene files from all of the live shows every week. Just a little added bonus for becoming a Scene File Member and helping us get the ads off the Live Stream. If you are already a member, you should have received an email with the rewards.
It may not be for you, but I appreciate you learning about our page. We have a lot of fun stuff planned for our members at every level. If you’re a fan of picking apart scene files, you definitely want to look at becoming a Scene File Member. Thanks again for checking it out.