Elan's Cinema4D Experiments

Elan

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Hey everyone. Since ive started making stuff again I figure its about time to make a thread for it all.
Everything below has been made in Maxon's Cinema4D.

Stuff has been uploaded so the more recent shit should be at the top and my older stuff at the bottom.
Enjoy.







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TwistedSilicon

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Love it!

Diverse, with a nice clean mix of various types of shots (closeups, environments, videos). You've clearly gone with a different style in mind for each piece. Keep it up!


Questions:

How easy is it to learn for you?

Is it worth the price tag?

How much support is there in terms of tutorials and other guides?



Anyways, always good to see some creativity on the creativity thread.
 
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Elan

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Love it!

Diverse, with a nice clean mix of various types of shots (closeups, environments, videos). You've clearly gone with a different style in mind for each piece. Keep it up!


Questions:

How easy is it to learn for you?

Is it worth the price tag?

How much support is there in terms of tutorials and other guides?



Anyways, always good to see some creativity on the creativity thread.
Hey man cheers, Im happy you like the work.

For how easy it has been to learn, so far I have been using C4D for 2-3 years and its one of the more difficult software's I have used as it took me 2 years using it on and off before I started to easily use it without following tutorials constantly.

Overall I would not recommend buying the program straight away if you haven't got any previous experience with 3D design as the 50 quid per month price tag is a bit much if you still need to dedicate a lot of time towards learning the program. However I'm sure there are free versions online if you look hard enough and there is the trail version if you just want a quick test run of it.


Also tutorials and guides. There are tons out there on youtube and other sites, some of which are paid classes. I must admit, there isn't quite as many as blender but the amount of support isn't far off.