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    Wolfgang
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    Rode
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  1. In this tutorial we are going to model a simple wooden gazebo in Cinema 4D. The object is based on a CAD model I found on GrabCad (https://grabcad.com/library) a while ago. You can download a project file that contains the reference images needed for modelling here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/njcfq2a0coitnox/WG project.7z?dl=0 I hope you'll enjoy the tutorial. Thanks for watching! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  2. This is part 2 of my toy train project. In this first part we are going to create the caboose. The model is based on .dxf files I downloaded from vk.com: https://vk.com/wall433103796?offset=1020 You can download the project files we need for Cinema 4D here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ni8j9c8z8lmego5/Part 1 project files.7z?dl=0 The download contains an Illustrator file with the splines and some reference images of the real-world toy train I downloaded from vk.com. I hope you'll enjoy the tutorial. Thanks for watching! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  3. This is part 1 of my toy train project. In this first part we are going to create the coal wagon. The model is based on .dxf files I downloaded from vk.com: https://vk.com/wall433103796?offset=1020 You can download the project files we need for Cinema 4D here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ni8j9c8z8lmego5/Part 1 project files.7z?dl=0 The download contains an Illustrator file with the splines and some reference images of the real-world toy train I downloaded from vk.com. I hope you'll enjoy the tutorial. Thanks for watching! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  4. You're welcome, JTroy! I am happy to hear that you found this video useful. I'm still having difficulties creating those shapes myself, by the way.
  5. In this tutorial we will create a frame structure in Cinema 4D that is based on a real-world object. I used a CAD file of the object as a basis for modeling the frame. In the tutorial we will be working with the Illustrator file I made based on the original CAD file (.dxf). You can download the files required for the tutorial here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5gz8wh68fkf7ezo/frame project files.7z?dl=0 Link to VK: https://vk.com/wall304534225_227 I hope you'll enjoy the tutorial. Thank you for watching! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  6. In this video we will model an ornament in Cinema 4D using subdivision surfaces. You can download a project file that includes the references for modelling: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qizp4lwm8pzblgb/ornament start file.7z?dl=0 Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle: http://www.c4dstuff.com/products/hbmodellingbundle Enjoy! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  7. In the next 3 hours we are going to create more architecture and model a high-rise building in Cinema 4D using hard surfaces. You can download a project file with the reference image we will be using here: high-rise building project files I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities
  8. In this video we will model a knuckle joint in Cinema 4D using subdivision surfaces. You can download a project file that includes the references for modelling: Project file "knuckle joint" Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle: HB Modeling Bundle NitroCap: NitroCap Set Modeling Axis: Set Modeling Axis Points to circle: Points to Circle Enjoy! Cheers, contrafibbularities
  9. In the third and final part of this hard surface modelling excercise we will finish modelling the scifi floor panel that is based on an object from a kitbash set by Vitaly Bulgarov: Vitaly Bulgarov SciFi Floor Panels Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle You can download a project file with the reference image (form part 1) we will be using here: Project file I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities
  10. In part 2 of this hard surface modelling excercise we will continue modelling the scifi floor panel that is based on an object from a kitbash set by Vitaly Bulgarov: Scifi floor panel kitbash set by Vitaly Bulgarov Plugins used (excessively): HB Modelling Bundle You can download a project file with the reference image we will be using here (this is the start file from part 1): Start file from part 1 I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities
  11. In this hard surface modelling excercise we will create a scifi floor panel based on an object from a kitbash set by Vitaly Bulgarov: Vitraly Bulgarov Kitbash Set - SciFi Floor Panels Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle You can download a project file with the reference image we will be using here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5jebn5b23q9dseg/HS Excercise 07.7z?dl=0 I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities
  12. In this hard surface modelling excercise we will create another dormer (This one's number three). Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle You can download a project file with the reference image we will be using here: Dormer 003 Project File I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities
  13. In this video we will model a pipe clamp in Cinema 4D using subdivision surfaces. You can download a project file that includes the references for modelling: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fob29wer9efkrpq/pipe%20clamp%20start%20file.7z?dl=0 Enjoy! Cheers, contrafibbularities https://vimeo.com/360961179
  14. In this hard surface modelling excercise we will create another dormer. Plugins used: HB Modelling Bundle You can download a project file with the reference image we will be using here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hgsi3zq32g3... I hope you'll enjoy the video. Thanks for watching! Cheers contrafibbularities https://vimeo.com/360146022
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