1 Hour of On-Demand Video
5 Straight to the Point Lessons
Subtitles in 8 Languages
Full Lifetime Access
Access on Desktop and Mobile
Online Support & Student Discussion
- Course Introduction FREE PREVIEW
- Welcome to the Course!
- 1 Bubbles with Mograph and Particles
- 2 Mesh Deformation
- 3 Camera and HDRI Lighting with Octane
- 4 Materials with Octane
- 5 Finishing Touches
- Project Files
- Thank You!
- One question before you go...
- Leave a review
The audio is in English.
What will I learn in this course?
We'll create a GeoBoil Effect with Particles and Mograph. We'll then look at deforming the mesh to create the effect. And finally we'll create materials and light and render in Octane.
What will I get after enrolling?
Lifetime access to the course videos (1 hour over 5 video lessons), 1 x C4D Project File and Exclusive support.
What software do I need?
You need Maxon Cinema 4D (many of the techniques are achievable in older versions but Version 21 and above is recommended).
You also need the OctaneRender Plugin for Cinema 4D (Version 2019 and above is recommended but the concepts in this course apply to all versions).
Don't worry if you don't have these yet as you can download a free demo to start learning straight away!
What Plugins do I Need?
You need the OctaneRender Plugin for Cinema 4D from the Otoy website. It's available to rent or buy and is quite affordable. The concepts in this course apply to all versions but Version 2019 and above is recommended.
What knowledge do I need to complete the course?
A basic level of Cinema 4D and Octane Render should be fine for this course.
I’m a freelance 3D and Motion Graphics Artist based in London where I’ve been working and teaching in the industry for over 10 years.
I hope to share some of the tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the years while working with some pretty big clients in Europe, Australia and the USA .
Hopefully I can help you through all the boring technical stuff so you can concentrate on what really matters… lens flares!…(kidding)… the creative stuff!
Let’s make better digital art!