Great Looking 3D Type and Logos – Cinema 4D Tutorial

November 17, 2017 - By 

In this video, you will learn how to create great looking 3D type and 3D logos in Cinema 4D. I will go over typeface selection, kerning, bevels, and textures to help make your 3D type more readable and more beautiful.

 

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  • When you add a bevel to a typeface (at 12:37), why don’t you constrain the bevel to the inside of the type? That’s how you also retain the original shape of type. Beveling it outwards distorts your type design.

  • Forget it. You already mention it at 37:20. But why so late… 😉

  • I love this thank you so much, I usually rely on Andrew Kramer’s E3D for this type of work but have to put in hrs of work in to get the reflections and lighting just right. This gives me more liberty to get more lifelike reflections on the same kind of bevels VC offers; they both have their ups and downs but love to know I have alternatives.

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