The Beginner's Guide to CINEMA 4D is a fundamental learning series, you will get an introductory look into CINEMA 4D so you can learn essential terms and definitions and build a solid foundation as you move forward. We will start off by covering the basics of the application interface. We will then take a look at a variety of ways to work with objects in CINEMA 4D. After that, you will learn about adding materials, creating animation, and using MoGraph. And to wrap up, we will take a quick look at BodyPaint 3D and rendering in CINEMA 4D. This series of step-by-step videos was developed with artists new to CINEMA 4D in mind so we will be moving at a steady, easy-to-follow pace making sure you understand terms and basic techniques. Learn more about Understanding a 3D Production Pipeline in a free article. Software required: CINEMA 4D R12 and up.
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Introduction and Project Overview Introducing the "Beginner's Guide to Cinema 4D, " a fundamental learning series brought to you by digital-tutors, the world's largest online CG training library. My name is Justin, and I'll be giving you an introductory look into Cinema 4D so you can learn essential terms and definitions, and build a solid foundation as you move forward. We'll start off by covering the basics of the application's interface. We'll then take a look at a variety of ways to work with objects in Cinema 4D. After that, you'll learn about adding materials, creating animation, and using MoGraph. Then to wrap up, we'll take a quick look BodyPaint 3D and rendering in Cinema 4D. This series of step by step videos was developed with artists new to Cinema 4D in mind, so we'll be moving at a steady, easy to follow pace, making sure that you understand terms and basic techniques. To view more Beginner's Guide courses, visit our library, where you'll find the largest collection of free, high-quality CG training videos. So let's go ahead and get started with our next lesson, where we'll learn about the Cinema 4D interface.