The low-poly look is exploding right now and everybody wants to experiment with this trend. Throughout this course, we'll learn a few techniques for capturing this look and creating a poster in CINEMA 4D. Software required: CINEMA 4D Studio R16.
The low-poly look is exploding right now and everybody wants to experiment with this trend. Throughout this course we'll learn a few techniques for capturing this look and creating a poster in CINEMA 4D. This CINEMA 4D course is a great place to start learning the software if you're a graphic designer with a desire to get into 3D. We will learn how to use existing models and transform them into low-poly works of art. Then we will learn what it takes to make a very professional looking background and lighting set-up. After that, we'll render our shot and take our images into Photoshop to begin compositing and adding our typography. You'll learn some great tricks for integrating type into a 3D shot to make it look like it was part of the 3D render. You'll also see how to do some color correction and add the finishing touches that you can use in all kinds of graphic design work in your own projects. By the end of this course, you'll have some great techniques for beginning working in CINEMA 4D as a designer, and you'll have added a few Photoshop secrets to your bag of tricks. With that said, let's jump into CINEMA 4D to learn about retopology. Software required: CINEMA 4D Studio R16.
Laura is a passionate visual effects and motion graphics author at Pluralsight. Ever since her first exposure to After Effects in college, Laura has had an eternal drive to learn more about motion graphics, and teach others what she has discovered. Laura began working at Digital-Tutors (now a Pluralsight company) as a motion graphics artist, creating visually-appealing advertisements and informative art for the site.