Cinema 4D Introduction Class in San Francisco May 10-11, 2014

Tim will be teaching an Introduction to Cinema 4D class at Bay Area Video Coalition BAVC. It is a fast paced 2 day class to be held Saturday and Sunday May 10-11, 2014

Currently there is a waitlist for this popular class. Information can be found at the link below:

[Introduction to Cinema 4D Class at BAVC]

Cinema 4D Introduction Class October 12-13 in San Francisco

If you are interested in learning Cinema 4D, Tim will be teaching a 2 day class at BAVC October 12-13 from 10-6 each day. BAVC is in San Francisco on Mariposa Street at Bryant. When you are finished with this class you will have a firm understanding of how to work in Cinema 4D and how to use it to create cool motion graphics! If you live in the area, it’s close by. If you don’t, it’s a good reason to come visit San Francisco!

[Introduction to Cinema 4D Class October 12-13] click here to find out more

Cinema 4D Introduction Class August 10-11 in San Francisco

If you are interested in learning Cinema 4D, Tim will be teaching a 2 day class at BAVC August 10-11 from 10-6 each day. BAVC is in San Francisco on Mariposa Street at Bryant. When you are finished with this class you will have a firm understanding of how to work in Cinema 4D and how to use it to create cool motion graphics! If you live in the area, it’s close by. If you don’t, it’s a good reason to come visit San Francisco!

[Introduction to Cinema 4D Class August 10-11] click here to find out more

Great Advanced Cinema 4D Class

I wanted to thank everyone who came out for the Advanced Cinema 4D class I taught this past weekend at BAVC. As usual, I met some new people and got to see some familiar faces. Thanks to Mike for coming all the way from Tennessee and Steven for coming up from LA (again!)

We had fun covering xpresso, bodypaint, thinking particles and rigging!

New Upcoming Cinema 4D Classes

Tim will be teaching several Cinema 4D classes in the San Francisco – Bay Area this winter.  If you are going to be in the area or would like to visit a beautiful city, please sign up for a class. The classes tend to fill up, so sign up early!

Introduction to Cinema 4D at Bay Area Video Coalition – BAVC

Saturday December 10th and Sunday December 11th 2011. This is a 2 day class getting you started in Cinema 4D from the ground up.

Link: http://bavc.org/cin4-1-dec-10

 

Cinema 4D Intermediate at Bay Area Video Coalition – BAVC

Saturday January 7th and Sunday January 8th 2012.  This is a 2 day class introducing you to more of Cinema 4D’s features.

Link: http://bavc.org/cin4-2-jan-7

 

Cinema 4D Advanced at Bay Area Video Coalition – BAVC

Saturday January 21st and Sunday January 22nd 2012.  This is a 2 day class introducing you to some of Cinema 4D’s advanced features.

Link: http://bavc.org/cin4-3-jan-21

 

Introduction to Cinema 4D at Bay Area Video Coalition – BAVC

Saturday February 25th and Sunday February 26th 2012. This is a 2 day class getting you started in Cinema 4D from the ground up.

Link: http://bavc.org/cin4-1-feb-25

Using the Picture Viewer in Cinema 4D Tutorial

Monday, January 10, 2011
Total Running Time: 3:10
Cinema 4D Picture Viewer
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn about using the picture viewer to compare your render settings. Using the A/B option in the picture viewer in Cinema 4D, you’ll be able to decide quickly and easily which settings you want to use for your render.

watch video tutorial

Creative Way to Create a Turntable Camera Tutorial

Sunday, July 11, 2010
Total Running Time: 4:50
Creating a Turntable Camera Move in Cinema 4D
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn about a creative way to animate a camera in a circle around an object without an align to spline tag. This way enables you to still animate the camera independently.

watch video tutorial

New Contest

Battle of the Frames contest

And we’re back.  Happy New Year!!! Hope everyone had a great holiday or break.

Now it’s time to get down to work.

We would like to announce our next contest.  The rules are simple:
1) You must use Cinema 4D in your entry. The majority of the work should be done in C4D. What is “the majority”? Use your best judgment.
2) The limit is 10 seconds, you can do less, but please no more than 10 seconds.  Music and or sound FX are encouraged.
3) Post your video to Vimeo and include a link back to this post.
4) Leave a comment here with a link to your video and I’ll add it to the channel.

The deadline is Midnight on January 31st Pacific Standard Time.

Let’s try it without a theme this time and see how it goes.  This is a chance to show off your C4D skills!!!

Pumpkin Model

Pumpkin Object $1.99
Pumpkin Model

Have a Halloween project you are working on and need a pumpkin? Well, here you go. Model looks great with GI and can be made taller or wider. Textures included in tex folder.





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