This is actually 2 separate lessons combined!
Part 1 is all about the Landscape Object in C4D
This section goes over all the settings and some creative uses for one of the most versatile objects in Cinema 4D, the Landscape Object! It's one of my personal favorites!
You will learn:
By the end of this short class, you should feel pretty comfortable working with this object and have some great ideas for how to incorporate it into your own workflow.
Part 2 is all about the Explosion Deformer!
I hope you are all doing well and staying safe out there! In this special Coronavirus edition of ABC4D, we will take a close look at the Explosion Deformer! What will we be blowing up you ask? Why, viruses of course!
In addition to blowing up the virus, we'll go step by step into making a simple virus model using Mograph.
AND THEN WE'LL BLOW IT UP!
You will learn:
For the class project Part 1, please use what you have learned about the landscape object to make your own creative scene. You can use, change, manipulate any of the settings available to you. Combine things you have learned in other classes to make it all your own.
Post images or rendered video clips of your work.
I can't wait to see what you do!
For the class project Part 2, please create or find a model you would like to explode. You can modify the virus model we make in the class, or do something creative on your own - or grab something from the content libraries in C4D.
Play around with the settings and come up with a creative way to use the Explosion Deformer.
Take some screenshots of your progress or render out your work and post it in the projects section.
I can't wait to see what kind of stuff you blow up for this!
P.S. Here is a sample image I created using a similar virus model and a super shallow depth of field.
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