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R9.6 tutorial on modelling a building

This is a very old tutorial I recorded back in Cinema 4D Release 9.6 (it was entitled "Modelling Architecture in Cinema 4D"). 

 

I took it offline a long time ago as it was outdated and not very useful anymore. I still keep getting requests for it occasionally though, which is why I have decided to re-upload it again. Sending people video files or temporarily uploading them to some file hoster was a bit of a pain. Anyone who has lost their downloads from back then or wants to revisit the tutorial can do so now. You can find the videos on Vimeo and YouTube. 

 

Cheers,

contrafibbularities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This was one of the very first tutorials I ever bought, and it was a large part of what got me interested in Arch-viz modelling in the first place. Good to see it here - although some of our tools may have changed there's still a ton of useful techniques in there, and a level of precision in modelling that you don't often see...

 

CBR

 

 

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Thanks a lot for the kind words, Cerbera! And for buying the tutorial back then. :-) It's really nice to still get positive feedback for these videos after all these years... Thanks again!

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