The Pixel Lab’s Joren Kandel takes a look at how to set up a scene in Cinema 4D so that it is easy to create concert style lighting effect in After Effects. Check out the post for Creating a Concert Style Lighting Effect in Cinema 4D & After Effects here.In this tutorial I’ll show you […]
In this tip, we explore a few quick settings for creating a nice, evenly lit, Global Illumination based, lighting setup for your models in Cinema 4D. See the full post here: http://jamie3d.com/?p=52004
Capac Roberts shows a simple way to use HDRI and Mental Ray to light a scene using a chrome ball to give some feedback to the lighting in the scene, then creating render passes for compositing in NUKE.Capac Roberts writes: Maya Nuke Chrome Ball tutorial explains a simple way to use HDRI and Mental Ray […]
Yong Kim shares his script for Maya that will automate, or semi-automate the process of creating physical light source objects in Maya, based on an HDR image, placing the HDR’s Lights as textures for the Maya lights.semi-automatic light generator and uses input HDRIAuto HDRI Light Gen might be a tricky sell, as it needs a […]
Light your way to success with the Cinema4D Lighting Tool. This tool is firmly placed at the front of my workflow now. Learn to light quickly and efficiently in this quick tutorial. Enjoy! For more free training and 100+ free models go to www.thepixellab.net
A look at creating a stark contrast lighting effect from Ryan Boyle who provides a quick tip for the use negative lights in Cinema 4D that will remove lights from certain areas of the scene.A quick introduction to positive and negative lights in Cinema 4D and how to use them to create a sharp, noir-ish […]
Umberto Oldani provides a demonstration using illumination, materials, and rendering techniques to create a great looking still life scene in Blender and also touches on compositing the image to its final stage.In this tutorial you can see the steps I use to get a rendering through Blender, showing a “Still Life”. I jump the modeling […]
So you want to make this horror scene with a flickering light, or some electrical short circuit. The light of someone welding. Instead of placing thousands of keyframes this can be scripted with a vibrate tag and a bit of very simple XPresso. Enjoy!