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Maxon Cinema 4D R17 Advanced Render
TRAINING COURSE – Maxon Cinema 4D R17 Advanced Render
This training is aimed at 3D artist who already have basic knowledge of Maxon Cinema 4D and now want to learn photorealistic rendering.
In this training you learn the technical background for the different rendering methods, optimization, and of course how you create complex material as well as how you achieve realistic results.
Helge Maus is MAXON Certified Lead Instructor and beta tester for CINEMA 4D.
- Basics of Rendering
- Complex Materials
- Shader and Shader-Networks
- Dealing with transparencies
- Water, glass and mirrors
- Lighting tricks
- Faking of realities
- Ambient Occlusion
- Subsurface Scattering
- Global Illumination
- QMC vs. IR
- Physical Camera
- Physical Renderer of C4D
- DoF, Bokeh, Vignetting, MotionBlur
- Introduction to VRAYforC4D
- Optical cameras
- Depth of Field
All training contents will be adapted to your individual needs. A free analysis is the basis of a successful learning. Therefore take the chance and feel free to contact us. After a first talk on the phone, we create an individualized plan according to the goals you wish to achieve.
If you are interested in a training by pixeltrain / Helge Maus, you can reach us by phone +43.699.10669979 or email info(at)pixeltrain.de. We will contact you as soon as possible for an informal talk. Besides the training, we also provide a detailed, free advice before you buy a package, as well as consulting and project support during a production.
Maxon Cinema 4D is a professional software package for creating 3D objects and scenes for
film, multimedia, visual effects, product design, architecture and engineering. The entire family of Maxon Cinema 4D products offers all possibilities for professional modeling, texturing, animation and rendering of images. Therefore, you are able to create animations in a stunning quality.
Photorealistic rendering, image composition of 3D content with real images, pre-visualization, photo-quality, authentic-looking material – these are all tasks photographers, architects and product designers are faced with in their daily use of Maxon Cinema 4D.
With the help of Maxon Advanced Renderer, the newly added Cinema 4D physical renderer, as well as the external render-engines such as VRAYforC4D absolutely realistic results are possible. Here, in most cases you will rely on Global Illumination (GI), a rendering method, which can indeed produce an extremely high image quality, but on the other hand is also technically demanding on the 3D artist. In this training you will learn how to use the right tools in order to achieve your desired results.