Product Viz: Wine Bottles

Cinema 4D Product Visualization: Wine Bottles is a training series that will show you how to model and light photo-real glass bottles.

Product Viz: Wine Bottles is a professional guided online training series taught by Matthew O’Neill from 3D Fluff.

In this training series, you will learn how to model a wine bottle from scratch, and then use lights and materials to create a realistic product presentation.

Meet Your Instructor

Matthew O’Neill

Matthew O’Neill, also known as Mash, is a professional Cinema 4D trainer who has hosted countless tutorials and training series over the past 20 years. He started his 3D career working for MAXON in the UK, and has worked as a freelance 3D artist for 15 years.

Training Overview

This nearly 4 hour course will teach you everything about producing a final Wine Bottle render. Begin by examining reference artwork and modeling the bottle. Use Spline tools to create a clean finish with the proper amount of polygons. Then create the bottle cap using displacement layers. (You can preview this portion down below.)

Next you will create realistic glass, liquid, and the bottle’s label. You’ll learn tricks about using materials, such as overlaying metallic foils onto paper backing, and creating irregularly shaped labels.

Finally you set your scene with proper lighting and adjust your render settings for the perfect photo-realistic look.

Preview Lesson

Want a glimpse at the type of training you’ll receive? Here’s a select portion from this training series.

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Product Details
Release date:2018-09-19
Last updated:2018-05-14
Current version:1.0
Product type:Streaming video
File size:240 MB
Requirements:Internet Connection, Cinema 4D R16+
Price:$199.00 USD

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