Lettering 3D modeled and textured with Cinema 4D

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This course will teach you to give life and character to the letters with Cinema 4D.

3D Lettering Course: modeling and texturing with Cinema 4D


Discover step by step different techniques and tricks to create cool 3D letters from the sketch to the final render and get your letterings not go unnoticed.

 

WHAT DOES THIS COURSE INCLUDE?

 You will start knowing the influences and the work of Zigor Samaniego.

 Then Zigor will explain the creative process to make different letters full of texture: a letter inspired by a cabaret show, a hairy letter and another sculpted one.

 In this way you will learn how to collect graphic references that will later help you to compose the final letter and to use with ease the tools of: modeling, texturing, sculpting, Cinema 4D lighting and rendering of Octane Render. In addition, you will discover how to make the retouch and get the most out of the final render with the help of Photoshop.

 Facing the final project of the course, you will be witness to the tribute that Zigor Samaniego makes to the punk music of the 80s by creating a neon sign plagued with cables and a lot of color that will serve as a reference to create your own.

 At the end of the course you will know how the workflow works with a last generation renderer like Octane Render and Zigor Samaniego will share with you free content and links that he has compiled during all his career years.

 

WHAT IS THE COURSE PROJECT?

 Following the indications of Zigor, you will create your own lyrics, with any of the techniques and aspects that you have explained. One of the things that Zigor is going to propose to you, will be that among all the 3D letters creations of the students of the course that want to participate, they can share, create and play with them, making funny labels and words, with letters from all the students.

 

WHO IS DIRECTED?

 To designers, illustrators, animators, copys and creatives in general who want to give life to their texts.

 

Content:

1. Introduction

 Presentation

 Influences and colleagues by profession

 Render with Octane

 

2 Project 1: Letter M - Cabaret style

 Breaking & reference search

 Modeling, texturing and lighting 1

 Modeling, texturing and lighting 2

 Final retouch in Photoshop

 

3 Project 2: Letter E - Hairy style

 Breafing reference search

 Modeling, hair and lighting 1

 Modeling, hair and lighting 2

 Final retouch in Photoshop

 

4 Project 3: Letter S - S of Salmonella

 Breafing, reference search and sketch

 Modeling, sculpting, texturing and lighting 1

 Modeling, sculpting, texturing and lighting 2

 Final retouch in Photoshop

 

5 Project 4: Signboard - PUNK!

 Breafing reference search and sketch

 Modeling 1

 Modeling 2

 Lighting, materials and render

 Final retouch in Photoshop

 

Final project

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