Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
Interior Part 2 by Cinema4dTutorials Interior Part 2 by Cinema4dTutorials
Part2 of interior lighting
This method was used to create all of these images [link] [link] the wood texture i used can be found here [link]
Add a Comment:
 
:iconsigi12:
sigi12 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012
I have cinema R12 and I looked through all the GI settings, but couldn't found all the render settings. Any help? :)
Reply
:icondedesign25:
dedesign25 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011
wow
Reply
:iconkraphik:
kraphik Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
the links do not work?
Reply
:iconjmanwithplan:
jmanwithplan Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2010
Thanks, I did a few things different like adding trim, and a green table, I up'd the lighting of the omni light to 65 and turned on soft shadows. It's a very good tutorial. thank you!!! This is what I came up with. [link]
Reply
:iconluisanteo:
luisanteo Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2010
hi, how can i watch e videotutorial, i canīt see any link. can you help me?. thanks =)
Reply
:iconluisanteo:
luisanteo Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2010
nice (y)
Reply
:iconhole-in-1:
Hole-In-1 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2010   Digital Artist
ohhh the method used links you gave aren't working :(

(awesome tut btw)
Reply
:iconclarts72:
Clarts72 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
just tell me bout lightning,render setting, and gamma correction :)
Reply
:iconsoni991:
soni991 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009
can u please tell me about the Lighting effect you gave. as the texture and other part are not much important as i believe the main play is of the light effect.
Reply
:iconxcerlow:
xcerlow Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2009  Student Digital Artist
wew
Reply
:iconneji305:
Neji305 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2009
This the best tutorial ever....understandable and you gave us the textures.....only thing is the GI rendering settings...i couldnt get them right cause im using cinema 4d 11....the new one.....here's my work:
[link]
Reply
:iconsanter77:
Santer77 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2008
Hi ~Cinema4dTutorials

I did both of your tutorials and I enjoyed a lot thanks keep up great job

peace
Reply
:iconkrodil:
Krodil Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Good work :)
Reply
:iconc-williams:
C-Williams Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm just curious why you split and delete etc, rather than assigning a material to the polys that make up the board? That's the way I do it, and I never have any problems.
Reply
:iconcinema4dtutorials:
Cinema4dTutorials Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2008
it makes things easier to manage i feel. also when i make cars spliting and deleting makes sperate doors and panels so im in a bit of a habit of doing it. i think its more reliable than layers and UVselections when changing between 3rd party rendering apps (they may support UVselection i dont know)
Reply
:iconc-williams:
C-Williams Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know can't afford any of the free 3rd party rendering apps... except indigo cause it's free. Though I haven't tried it yet.

Thanks for explaining your reasoning.
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×




Details

Submitted on
February 26, 2008
Image Size
906 KB
Resolution
7194×580
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
78,732
Favourites
85 (who?)
Comments
16
Downloads
8,389
×