I've loved F1 since I was a kid and so it seems like an obvious thing to try to realistically model is a bit of car. I've started with a tyre.
Did I break into a ball pit and light a torch? Or was this another cinema4D experiment?
More 3D fun, based on a new ring (for wearing) I just bought. I thought, "What would it be like to chuck a bunch of these down a weird kind of amphitheatre well?"
So I opened up Cinema 4D to have a looksee...
Another Cinema4D Experiment, when Rick from Rick and Morty turns himself into a pickle there's only one thing to do.
I've been teaching myself #cinema4D and here is my first proper 3D project, as ever I'm obsessed with the BT Tower and so here you go, not bad for a novice.
This is my 3D BT Tower all in HD (not 4K, get bent) and with some accurately placed London mapping and a bit of foggy night time.
I done some more work on this - particularly impressed with all the different colour windows despite each level being a clone (you know what I'm saying effector geeks).
I think I've rather over-lit this version though - feels a little flat or cartoon like.
I've been teaching myself 3D, specifically Cinema4D.
For reasons I can't quite ascertain the first project I undertake with any new tool is the BT Tower, possibly just because it looks impressive but actually is just a bunch of circles and lines (but then, isn't life like that really?).
Anyway, here is version 1... it looks like a 3D model as opposed to a real thing, but not a bad first attempt.
A client asked for a 3D elevation of the Brecon Beacons, it took a lot of research, map data, gradients and a crash course in Cinema 4D