InfiniteSkills’ Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Training Streamlines Learning for Powerful 3D Modeling Application
InfiniteSkills Inc. releases a 6 hour – 74 lessons Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Training video, a course that offers an intuitive insight into practical modeling techniques with Maxon’s latest software.
(PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Software training firm InfiniteSkills Inc. introduces its Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Training, a video based course designed for new 3D designers and experienced users seeking to round out their knowledge of the popular 3D modeling application’s capabilities.
Maxon Cinema 4D is a 3D modeling, animation and rendering application. The current version, released in September of last year, sports several important updates including new morph and motion cameras along with the MoGraph feature, a motion graphic tool palette that makes it easy to create flying logos and other abstract effects.
The InfiniteSkills Learning Maxon Cinema 4D Tutorial teaches these new features along with the basics of 3D editing with the industries most user-friendly application that compromises nothing in terms of capabilities and features.
Course author Chris Martin is a career 3D designer and currently a partner with the Houston-based multimedia company 1.618 Designs. He specializes in the creation of innovative digital content using cutting edge multimedia tools. With 1.618, Martin has designed advertising campaigns for the Houston oil and gas industry as well as other multinational companies. Martin is also a professor at a Houston college where he teaches classes on 3D modeling, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator.
Martin’s expertise with 3D modeling software, particularly Maxon Cinema 4D, streamlines Cinema’s already straightforward interface design. New users can start building their first models in a matter of hours, and be assured that they are using Cinema in a way that maximizes its leading-edge capabilities.
In Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Video Training, each chapter builds on the next as users learn fundamental skills and synthesize their knowledge by solving actual modeling problems at the end of various chapters. Martin explains basic principles like object hierarchy, moving and scaling, working with coordinate systems, along with the basic skills of modeling 3D object like creating textures, bumps, and displacement maps, all of which help make models look realistic.
As the course progresses, these skills and tools are applied as students build their first project, a model robot, using Cinema 4D.
The course also covers the new features of the latest version of Cinema 4D such as the Motion Camera, the Morph Camera, and MoGraph, a motion graphics feature that allows the easy creation of spectacular visual effects using primitives, logos, text, and more.
“My goal,” Martin says, “is to ensure students learn the best practices for 3D modeling in Cinema 4D along with techniques and skills that will make them better and more productive 3D artists. I take pride in being able to explain complex topics clearly and concisely.”
Free demo videos and a full list of course contents can be found on the Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Tutorial Video training page on the company website:
InfiniteSkills offers the Learning Maxon Cinema 4D R14 Tutorial either as a DVD or a direct download from the company website at a retail price of $99.95. InfiniteSkills tutorials are compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems. Shipping is available around the globe. Additionally, InfiniteSkills tutorials are supported by project files which correspond to examples in the videos.
About InfiniteSkills Inc.
A leader in the field of software training, InfiniteSkills designs its courses on a task-oriented model, teaching complex skills by providing hands-on examples and guiding users as they carry out essential functions. InfiniteSkills offers a wide range of software titles available as DVDs, digital downloads, and in iPad editions, keeping with company aim of delivering professional training to customers anywhere they want to learn.
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