Tim will be teaching an advanced Cinema 4D class at the Bay Area Video Coalition Saturday and Sunday July 21-22, 2012.
Please see the BAVC site for more information:
[ BAVC.org Advanced Cinema 4D Class ] click here
I want to say thank you to the folks at Daktronics Creative Services in Brookings, South Dakota for having me out to train their team on Cinema 4D. Big thanks to Monte for arranging it all and providing the donuts and pizza! These guys do some pretty cool stuff for so many professional sports teams. The parent company builds many of the digital displays you see everyday. This creative group provides content for the diplays.
Check out their [ YouTube Channel Here ]
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Tim Shetz will be teaching a 2 day introduction to Cinema 4D class. The class is offered by Expression College for Digital Arts through their Expression Pro group. The school is located in Emeryville,CA just outside San Francisco by Berkeley,CA
If you are interested in taking a 2 day class from Tim, check out the website at:
The class will be held in one of Expression’s cutting edge labs. We will be using Version 12 and walking through how to use the software in your motion graphic projects.
C4DTraining would like to see what you’ve got. 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 15 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 September 14, 2010 Midnight – Pacific Standard Time.
There is a prize this time. Thanks to Jan Frischmuth of Smart Tween for providing a copy of both Smart Tween AND Smart PRS for our winner.
So the theme for this month is Machines. Use your imagination, practice your Cinema 4D skills and enter the darn contest!!!
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.
We have heard that some people are unable to access our tutorials due to
slower connection speeds. We have also had people ask if we could make
the tutorials available for download. We would like to make the first 25
tutorials available for purchase on DVD at a reasonable price of
just $7.99 USD + shipping. That’s 288 minutes, over 4.5 hours of
training for $7.99 which works out to be just $0.03 per minute.
(It also helps support C4DTraining)
Included on DVD:
Tutorials 1-25 with a user interface to make selection easier.
(the majority of the tutorials are for v10-11, there are a few things in the Mograph series that are in 11.5, but are clearly stated in the tutorial)
1) Intro to Cinema 4D Interface Part 1
2) Intro to Cinema 4D Interface Part 2
3) Intro to Cinema 4D Interface Part 3
4) Lighting in Cinema 4D Part 1
5) Lighting in Cinema 4D Part 2
6) Lighting in Cinema 4D Part 3
7) Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Part 1
8) Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Part 2
9) Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Part 3
10) Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Part 4
11) Spinning Object Buffer
12) Using the Multi Shader to Color Clones
13) More: Using the Multi Shader to Color Clones
14) Configuring Net Render with Cinema 4D
15) Mograph Tracer Object in Cinema 4D
16) Using Particles in Cinema 4D
17) Using Multiple Cameras in Cinema 4D
18) Controlling Animation with Set Driver Set Driven
19) MoGraph Spline Mask
20) Combining Cinema 4D and After Effects
21) Adding Bounce with Mograph
22) Lighting with Global Illumination
23) Text on a Spline
24) Setting Preferences
25) Intro to NURBS
These tutorials and project files may be used in your work and commercial projects, however copyright is not transferred. Distribution or resale of the images, textures, project files and tutorials themselves is not permitted. ( I mean this is really about supporting the site after all)
We are only offering the option to DOWNLOAD
Clicking the Add to Cart button signifies your acceptance of these terms.
Starting today June 26, 2010 all purchases will be made available for download only. There will still be a $3.00 fee to cover our bandwidth restrictions. If you absolutely NEED to have a DVD sent, please contact us first prior to ordering and we’ll work something out. After your purchase you will receive the download info within 24 hours.
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!!!