Tutorials

Create This Spooky Flashlight Effect

Learn how to craft immersive cinematic lighting effects with Cinema 4D, Redshift, and Greyscalegorilla Plus, perfect for adding a spooky ambiance to your 3D scenes.

by Greyscalegorilla

A QUICK GUIDE TO SPOOKY LIGHTING

In the realm of 3D design and animation, great lighting sets the right mood and atmosphere for your scene. In this tutorial, we’ll delve into the intricacies of crafting spooky lighting using Cinema 4D alongside the Flashlight Gobo collection from Greyscalegorilla Plus.

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What Will I Learn?

This video covers the following major topics:

  • Utilizing Gobos: Add Flashlight Gobos to Redshift spotlights for atmospheric lighting effects.
  • Scene Framing and Composition: Transform ground planes into walls and position cameras for optimal framing.
  • Texture Application: Apply textures, like concrete pavers, to enhance realism and depth in your scenes.
  • Incorporating Fill Light: Duplicate and modify gobo lights for soft fill lighting, reducing harsh shadows and boosting cinematic quality.
  • Dynamic Animation: Bring scenes to life with Signal by adding subtle movements to lights and cameras.

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1 Comment

  1. SevenmineMarch 14, 2024 at 2:23 pm

    Would be great to see this setup within Octane!
    Thanks Nick

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