A couple straight from C4D renders of a high end poker room I’ve been working on. No post processing in Photoshop. This is the Standard Renderer with regular lighting (No GI). Soft shadows and Ambient Occlusion. Did some of the modeling and worked a lot with the textures. The rest of the models were stock (plant, chairs).by
The Kellzone – Tutorial #6 – Explosive Training for Cinema 4D – Pyrocluster Explosion
A tutorial in Cinema 4D based on the Videocopilot Explosive Training that produces an explosion. This is done all inside Cinema 4D with no third party plugins. - Tutorial Preview - – Tutorial - After rendering out the explosion in…
The Kellzone – Tutorial #5 – Explosive Training for Cinema 4D – Tanker Explosion
- Tutorial Preview - - Tutorial - A tutorial in Cinema 4D based on the Videocopilot Explosive Training that destroys the tanker in 3D Studio Max using the Rayfire plugin. We’ll be using the free Thrausi plugin for Cinema…
Genuine 100% Fake World War II Footage
Been learning Vue and decided to combine it with Cinema 4D and After Effects to create some World War II footage. The B-17 model was a freebie online and I did a few minor modifications to it. by
Article: Visual Effects: The Next Big Thing in Independent Films
Visual Effects: The Next Big Thing in Independent Films Bill Kelly/TheKellzone.com August 4, 2012 The rise of affordable video cameras since the DV revolution in the mid-1990’s through today’s DSLRs has resulted in an unprecedented boom in the rise…
Huge List of Free Plugins for After Effects, Final Cut Pro, and Cinema 4D!
We all love free stuff, and with the way the economy is right now there’s not a lot of extra money going around. That doesn’t mean we can’t have new toys to play with! I’ve put together a big list…
Two Minute Tip – Scrolling Fonts in After Effects
A quick tip about being able to quickly scroll through different fonts in After Effects when using the text tool. by
Some really amazing work done here by the GOT VFX team. Hopefully George R. R. Martin won’t kill them off too.by
Doing some experimenting and getting to know the Sculpt tool better in Cinema 4D. I decided to make an alien head and see how it came out. After becoming more familiar with it, the Sculpt tool is not only fun, it turns out it’s pretty easy to use.
For the skin texture, I created a simple shader with a blue and black FBM noise pattern in the Color channel, a similar one in the Bump (at about -20 Bump setting), and a little bit of Specularity.by