The aircraft was rendered in Cinema 4d using VrayforC4D.
In the future, planned breakdown in the form of an article on the website.
Congratulations to all the winners!
This is a breakdown of the video for the contest 99 frames.
You probably noticed that missing part of compositing in nuke. That’s because the project file is missing. But still remained render passes. Therefore, the idea to do a little tutorial on this subject.
Stay tuned on carteblanchefx.net/
Maxon introduced a new 3d pipeline between cinema 4d and adobe after effects.
C4D render engine in fact now be available in AE, including reflections, refractions and Global Illumination and more.
And one of the most amazing things that will be available CINEMA 4D’s powerful multi-pass system.
This is just great news! Cineware can make life easier in some respects.
It is very small, but I hope useful tutorial. In this tutorial we will see how to use the trigonometry node and how to create cyclical fluctuations.
Chapter 1: http://carteblanchefx.net/xpresso-car-rigging-tutorial-chapter-1/
Chapter 2: carteblanchefx.net/xpresso-car-rigging-tutorial-chapter-2/
Chapter 3 and Lights settings: carteblanchefx.net/xpresso-car-rigging-tutorial-chapter-3/
Awesome plug in from videocopilot.net optical flares, coming soon for Nuke.
Creators promise:Optical Flares for Nuke is going to be $199.95
The Release date is planned for the end next month!
And it sounds great!
Find out more information and to preview the possible you may on videocopilot.net