For a limited time, get Maxon Cinema 4D Studio or Broadcast, Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams (1 year), 1 year of MSA, 1 Year of Cineversity, plus a 3DConnexion Space Navigtor all in one amazing bundle. Yes, you heard that right, all of that for the normal price of Cinema 4D Studio.
MAXON, leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions, today revealed the first step in its strategic alliance with Adobe Systems Incorporated, aimed at delivering a new level of integration between its powerful 3D application CINEMA 4D, and Adobe® After Effects®. The recently revealed next release of Adobe’s industry-leading software will include two MAXON technologies directly within the new Adobe After Effects: CINEWARE and CINEMA 4D Lite.
Motion Media customer Buck Design creates a stunning video fr Drake Cooper and the J.A and Kathryn Albertson Foundation. Check it out below, and be inspired.
Check out this “Catcher in the Rye” graduate short done by Fabian Kobbenhofer using Cinema 4D, After Effects and Element 3D. It’s a very well done piece. Enjoy.
Looking through my feeds today I came across this Cinema 4D gem on PixelLab’s blog. You can’t beat two free fully rigged C4D characters. Happy Friday!
For a limited time, owners of Maxon Cinema 4D or Body Paint versions R9-R11 can upgrade to R14 at 50% off the normal rate. Plus, you don’t have to upgrade to the software you currently own!
MAXON Computer GmbH, a leading developer of 3D animation and visualization software today announces its “Global Training Initiatives” program for certified MAXON product training.
Maxon Cineversity’s ArtSmart plugin, lets you add artwork from virtually any Adobe Illustrator or PDF file to CINEMA 4D Release 13 or greater.
Next Limit updates the Realflow connectivity plugin with Support for Cinema 4D R14.
This is a very cool animation done in Cinema 4D by Paul Clements. He shows a masterful use of C4D and the mograph module. Following the video there is a breakdown as well as a few tutorials of how he did it. It seems that Cinema 4D is becoming more and more powerful. Do you use Cinema 4D?