Cinema 4D is a 3D program I’ve known about for years but only recently really tried it out. My 3D background is mainly 3ds max – I have used it for probably 10 years and yet still feel like I hardly know it. Before that I was really into Truespace and before that, my first real exposure to a 3D program, was the original 3D Studio (the precursor to 3ds max). Each has had pluses and minuses and are all excellent choices. As my needs and requirements have changed I decided to snoop around and try to see what else could work for me.
Cinema 4D has largely been the answer for me. It’s different, I’m often lost and confused, but the concepts remain largely the same. Transitioning was quite straightforward and I’m excited about what can be done with this new tool. This rendering is from a tutorial I went through to help me further understand the program and work flow. Time to be creative….