Arnold C4d

VRAY for C4D v3.4.01 for Cinema 4D + VRAY Standalone v3.4  Software

Posted by sveta.sevas at Dec. 24, 2016
VRAY for C4D v3.4.01 for Cinema 4D + VRAY Standalone v3.4

VRAY for C4D v3.4.01 for Cinema 4D + VRAY Standalone v3.4 | 889 MB

We are happy to announce that V-RayforC4D 3.4 has been released. V-RayforC4D 3.4 is seamlessly integrated and optimized for both CPUs and GPUs, using whatever an artist picks to deliver high-quality imagery and animation quickly, even when working with complex 3D scenes. V-RayforC4D 3.4 operates under the same 3.4 core technology that has made V-Ray an industry-standard in visual effects, broadcast and architectural design projects for nearly 20 years.
Solid Angle Softimage To Arnold v3.13.1 for Softimage 2013/2014/2015 (Win/Lnx)

Solid Angle Softimage To Arnold v3.13.1 for Softimage 2013/2014/2015 (Win/Lnx) | 140 Mb (Total)

Arnold for Softimage (or SItoA) provides a bridge to the Arnold renderer from within the standard Softimage interface.
Solid Angle Cinema4D To Arnold v1.0.12.0 For Cinema4D R15/R16/R17 (Win/Mac)

Solid Angle Cinema4D To Arnold v1.0.12.0 For Cinema4D R15/R16/R17 (Win/Mac) | 86 MB (Total)

Arnold is an advanced Monte Carlo ray tracing renderer built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects. Originally co-developed with Sony Pictures Imageworks and now their main renderer, Arnold is used at over 300 studios worldwide including ILM, Framestore, MPC, The Mill and Digic Pictures. Arnold was the primary renderer on dozens of films from Monster House and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to Pacific Rim and Gravity. It is available as a standalone renderer on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, and is accessible through plug-ins for Maya, Softimage, Houdini and Katana.

Solid Angle Softimage To Arnold v3.12.1 for Softimage 2013/2014/2015  Software

Posted by speedzodiac_ at Feb. 9, 2016
Solid Angle Softimage To Arnold v3.12.1 for Softimage 2013/2014/2015

Solid Angle Softimage To Arnold v3.12.1 for Softimage 2013/2014/2015 LINUX | 67 Mb (Total)

Arnold for Softimage (or SItoA) provides a bridge to the Arnold renderer from within the standard Softimage interface.

Thinkbox Krakatoa C4D v2.4.1.59322 (Win/Mac)  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Oct. 26, 2015
Thinkbox Krakatoa C4D v2.4.1.59322 (Win/Mac)

Thinkbox Krakatoa C4D v2.4.1.59322 (Win/Mac) | 33/45 MB

Krakatoa for MAXON CINEMA 4D (also known as Krakatoa C4D or KC4D for short) is a volumetric particle rendering plugin for Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Krakatoa C4D is fully integrated in the CINEMA 4D User Interface. It implements various dedicated scene objects like a PRT Loader for loading particles from external file sequences, PRT Volume and PRT Surface for converting geometry volumes and surfaces to point clouds. Both native CINEMA 4D Emitter and TP particles, as well as 3rd party X-Particles and Turbulence FD systems are supported natively via dedicated intermediate objects.
Florrie Arnold - Marc Hom Photoshoot for Tatler Magazine September 2015

Florrie Arnold - Marc Hom Photoshoot 2015
6 jpg | up to 2048*1822 | 7.1 Mb
English singer and model

Lynda - Creating a Show Open in Nuke X and C4D (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by C2U at June 3, 2015
Lynda - Creating a Show Open in Nuke X and C4D (Repost)

Lynda - Creating a Show Open in Nuke X and C4D | 2.72GB
Duration: 2h 07m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

Film and television clients want strong openings for their shows. Adding a custom motion-tracked logo to the opening credits can add an extra burst of energy as well as reinforce the themes of the program. In this course, Andy Needham shows how to take existing footage, track it with the CAMERATRACKER node found in Nuke X, and import the data into CINEMA 4D. There, you'll learn how to use C4D's MoGraph tools to drive the motion of the logo toward its final resolve and match the lighting with the original background plate. Plus, learn how to bring it all together with color grading and optical lens effects back in Nuke.

CGcircuit - Creating a Broadcast Intro in C4D  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by C2U at May 14, 2015
CGcircuit - Creating a Broadcast Intro in C4D

CGcircuit - Creating a Broadcast Intro in C4D
188:17 m. | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1.1 GB
Genre: eLearning | Intermediate | Project files

In this intermediate level tutorial we will create a motion graphics animation from start to finish. We will be covering all the aspects of the Cinema4D to After effects workflow. We will start by modeling all the objects that make up scene, we will then go into the materials and lighting, preparing the scene for final render and rendering the different passes that will be used to composite the final animation in After Effects.

Envy - C4D Vray Interiors: From the Ground Up [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by C2U at Jan. 6, 2015
Envy - C4D Vray Interiors: From the Ground Up [Repost]

Envy - C4D Vray Interiors - From the Ground Up
Flv | vp6f 1108 Kbps | English | 1270x840 | 15fps | 8 hours | mp3 stereo 128kbps | 3.77GB
Genre: Video Training | Project files are included

Aimed at beginner to intermediate users this 8 hour course will go through the entire process of creating a highly realistic interior scene using Cinema 4D and VRay. We will model the environment, furniture and accessories and then move on to exploring materials, light and camera parameters, colour mapping, VRay’s various GI engines, its Image Sampler and antialiasing techniques, as well as IES lights, HDRI and Depth of Field. We will finish up by taking our final image into Photoshop for some post production techniques. The tutorial culminates in the exploration of other lighting methods including the creation of an alternative evening mood.

Envy - Automotive Visualisation with VRay for C4D  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by C2U at Jan. 5, 2015
Envy - Automotive Visualisation with VRay for C4D

Envy - Automotive Visualisation with VRay for C4D
5 hrs | 6 chapters | AAC, 48KHz, stereo | AVC1(MP4), 1276x792, 25.00 fps | 5.63GB
Genre: eLearning

In this course we will cover everything you need to know to create realistic and compelling automotive renders using the power of VRay inside Cinema 4D. We will cover in-depth such topics as VRay’s carpaint shader, how to create a realistic tyre and alloy, camera angles, focal length and framing, before moving on to create a number of lighting setups such as a dark studio environment, a white studio and we will finish with a comprehensive overview of HDRI lighting coupled with backplate compositing. These techniques will provide you with the capability to produce convincing automotive 3D imagery.