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:
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!
Monday, January 17, 2011
Total Running Time: 9:53
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up your file to render. This rendering basics video tutorial will help you get your animations out of Cinema 4D.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Total Running Time: 4:50
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.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Total Running Time: 5:00
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn about a great plug-in / xpresso node for Cinema 4D called Smart Tween. This node will allow you to add easing to your C4D animations very easily and with many great options such as back and elastic.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Total Running Time: 17:59
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to make an arrow head that follows an animated sweep nurb in a reliable fashion. You’ll be exposed to some Xpresso showing you how to connect objects using Cinema 4D’s powerful node based programming.
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!!!
Tuesday, December 22nd is the last day to submit an entry for the
If you are interested in entering, please do so by Midnight Pacific Standard Time on Tuesday!
Our tutorial showing how to use object buffers and external compositing tags in Cinema 4D to add particles in After Effects had a slight glitch. Apparently during the editing, a key section was left out. We have finally gotten around to fixing it and updating the tutorial. Our apologies…we try our best to keep that from happening.
Please check out the updated tutorial.
C4DTraining would like to see what you’ve got. So we are going to start having a contest for you to post your work. Each month we’ll have a contest based on a theme. The rules will be simple:
1) Don’t talk about Battle of the Frames (ok, I had to do it) actually, please do tell your friends.
2) 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.
3) The limit is 10 seconds. Music and or sound FX are encouraged
4) Post your video to Vimeo and include a link back to this post.
5) Leave a comment here with a link to your video and I’ll add it to the channel.
Deadline is December 22, 2009 Midnight – Pacific Standard Time.
Unfortunately there is no “prize” other than having the winners posted here for everyone to see…
So the theme for this month is winter/holidays. Use your imagination, practice your Cinema 4D skills and enter the darn contest!!!
Thanks to MographTV for the suggestion on the name of the contest!