Domestika Basics 6 courses Best Seller

Introduction to Cinema 4D

By Francisco Cabezas
3D Artist and Cinema 4D Teacher. Granada, Spain.
Joined March 2014
, 3D Artist and Cinema 4D Teacher

Learn 3D from scratch to create unique shapes and animations and render them with OctaneRender

  • Domestika Basics 6 coursesBest Seller Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 98% Positive reviews (471)
  • 15389 students
Introduction to Cinema 4D

Learn 3D from scratch to create unique shapes and animations and render them with OctaneRender


Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 98% Positive reviews (471)
  • 15389 students
  • 6 courses
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Level: Beginner
  • Updated on 11/13/2020
  • 70 Lessons (8h 52m)
  • 8 downloads
  • Available from the app
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian
  • Unlimited access forever
  • Certificate upon completion of the course


Domestika Basics · 6 courses included

In this 6-course Domestika Basics, learn how to use Cinema 4D from scratch. Through a series of theoretical and practical lessons, discover all the tools and features you need to create still lifes and 3D animations, as well as learning how to render with OctaneRender.

Start by understanding what Cinema 4D is, its interface, how to set up a document, and how to move around the workspace. In addition, see some basic concepts to create and modify shapes.

Then, start loosening up your hand by learning how to use the different shape morphing tools and how to model with basic lines.

Go even deeper into modeling by using classic techniques, among other tools to help give your ideas the shape you want. See everything from loop cutting and bevels to working with surface subdivisions and modeling by generating volume.

Francisco gives you an introduction to the rendering engine OctaneRender—a cornerstone of this course—and teaches you how to set it up. Create different types of lights and materials using both OctaneRender and Cinema 4D.

Learn how to create simple animations through the basic concepts of movement, scale, and rotation, and also the tools to simulate a series of effects, including a realistic collision, gravity for rigid dynamic objects, soft objects or fabrics, among others. 



To finish this Domestika Basics, set up and optimize a static scene and a video, generate the final render of each one, and retouch them on Adobe Photoshop or Premiere Pro, depending on the case.

Technical requirements

    ⦁ A computer with Windows 7 or macOS 10.12 Sierra (or higher) with a graphics card that has the latest CUDA 9.1 drivers.
    ⦁ Cinema 4D (R17, R18, R19, or R20), OctaneRender, and Adobe Premiere Pro and Illustrator CC 2014 or higher (you can buy them or download the 7-day trial versions from Adobe's website).



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Francisco Cabezas

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3D Artist and Cinema 4D Teacher

Francisco Cabezas is a generalist 3D designer living in Granada (Spain) who has spent much of his professional career working in the UK as a freelancer.

In his years of experience, he has tried all the programs and techniques to create 3D scenes and animations, before settling on Cinema 4D, for its focus on 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, and rendering.

He currently teaches 3D motion graphics and digital imaging at several design schools, as well as developing branding and graphic design projects.


Contents

Course 1: Introduction and Basic Concepts

  • U1

    Presentation

    • Presentation
  • U2

    Interface

    • Interface
  • U3

    Document Settings

    • Document Settings
  • U4

    Move through space

    • Move through space
  • U5

    Flat views and perspective

    • Flat views and perspective
  • U6

    Creating basic primitive figures

    • Creating basic primitive figures
  • U7

    Modification of basic figures

    • Modification of basic figures
  • U8

    Basic selections

    • Basic selections
  • U9

    Hierarchies

    • Hierarchies

Course 2: Modeling I: Deformers and Line Modeling

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Deformers: Bend + Screw

    • Deformers: Bend + Screw
  • U3

    Deformers: Swell and skew

    • Deformers: Swell and skew
  • U4

    Deformers: Sharpen and crush and stretch

    • Deformers: Sharpen and crush and stretch
  • U5

    Deformers: FFD

    • Deformers: FFD
  • U6

    Basic lines

    • Basic lines
  • U7

    Extrusion

    • Extrusion
  • U8

    Travel

    • Travel
  • U9

    Cover

    • Cover
  • U10

    Lathe

    • Lathe
  • U11

    Practice

    • Practice

Course 3: Modeling II: Modeling from Scratch

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Editable figures, basics

    • Editable figures, basics
  • U3

    Cut cyclic

    • Cut cyclic
  • U4

    Extrude and Inner Extrusion

    • Extrude and Inner Extrusion
  • U5

    Bridge

    • Bridge
  • U6

    Stitching and sewing and Welding

    • Stitching and sewing and welding
  • U7

    Bevel

    • Bevel
  • U8

    Advanced selections

    • Advanced selections
  • U9

    Conversion to editable and subdivision groups into objects

    • Conversion to editable and subdivision groups into objects
  • U10

    Center axes

    • Center axes
  • U11

    Introduction to the Surface Branch

    • Introduction to the Surface Branch
  • U12

    Modeling with Surface Subdivision

    • Modeling with Surface Subdivision
  • U13

    Modeling with volume generator

    • Modeling with volume generator
  • U14

    Practice

    • Practice

Course 4: Materials, Cameras, and Lighting with OctaneRender

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Introduction to OctaneRender

    • Introduction to OctaneRender
  • U3

    Area lights

    • Area lights
  • U4

    IES lights

    • IES lights
  • U5

    HDRI lights

    • HDRI lights
  • U6

    Sun lights

    • Sun lights
  • U7

    Introduction to the materials

    • Introduction to the materials
  • U8

    Diffuse materials

    • Diffuse materials
  • U9

    Reflective materials

    • Reflective materials
  • U10

    Transparent materials

    • Transparent materials
  • U11

    Playing with the nodes

    • Playing with the nodes
  • U12

    Adapt materials

    • Adapt materials
  • U13

    Choice of our camera

    • Choice of our camera
  • U14

    Camera settings

    • Camera settings
  • U15

    Practice

    • Practice I
    • Practice II

Course 5: Basic Animation Tools and Concepts

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Basic animations: movement, scale and rotation

    • Basic animations: movement, scale and rotation
  • U3

    Animation curves

    • Animation curves
  • U4

    Align and wrap spline

    • Align and wrap spline
  • U5

    Collision

    • Collision
  • U6

    Rigid dynamic objects

    • Rigid dynamic objects
  • U7

    Soft dynamic objects

    • Soft dynamic objects
  • U8

    Dynamic objects fabrics

    • Dynamic objects fabrics
  • U9

    Introduction to cloner

    • Introduction to cloner
  • U10

    Effects 1

    • Effects 1
  • U11

    Effects 2

    • Effects 2
  • U13

    Voronoi fracture

    • Voronoi fracture
  • U13

    Hair

    • Hair
  • U14

    Particles

    • Particles
  • U15

    Practice

    • Practice

Course 6: Rendering and Post-production

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Render static

    • Render static
  • U3

    Assembly and Post-production in Photoshop

    • Assembly and Post-production in Photoshop
  • U4

    Render video

    • Render video
  • U5

    Assembly and Post-production in Premiere Pro

    • Assembly and Post-production in Premiere Pro

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About Domestika Basics

Domestika Basics is a series of courses focused on teaching the most commonly used software by creative professionals worldwide. The courses are taught in an easy, step-by-step fashion.
The content has been meticulously curated and is intended for both, beginning students going into a new creative field and more experienced professionals who need to polish their skills.
Learn with top Domestika teachers through hands-on lessons, plentiful resources and incremental challenges that will allow you to see results from the very first day.
Domestika Basics will allow you to step-up your professional game and be prepared to score better projects.

  • Without prior knowledge.

    Domestika Basics gives you everything you need to get started on a new creative field and become an expert on it.

  • Focused on the tool.

    Discover its principles, techniques, and the tried-and-true methods you need to master it.

  • Learn fast.

    With a straightforward, step-by-step approach, our outstanding professionals will teach you how to get the most out of the program.

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Introduction to Cinema 4D. A 3D, and Animation course by Francisco Cabezas Best Seller

Introduction to Cinema 4D

By Francisco Cabezas
3D Artist and Cinema 4D Teacher. Granada, Spain.
Joined March 2014
  • 98% Positive reviews (471)
  • 15389 students