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  • First Name
    Wolfgang
  • Last Name
    Rode
  • C4D Ver
    18.057 Broadcast
  • Location
    Germany
  • Interests
    I'm mainly interested in hard surface and subdivision surface modeling. Playing with MoGraph a little bit from time to time, but use it for modeling mostly. I also like to share knowledge with others. When I find the time, I record free video tutorials on modeling in Cinema 4D.

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  1. Anyone has a resource like this one ?

    You can download a C4D version of Warwick's shader ball here: http://c4dvraysource.blogspot.de/2016/02/free-grant-warwick-vray-material-test.htmlhttp://c4dvraysource.blogspot.de/2016/02/free-grant-warwick-vray-material-test.html If, like me, you don't have VRay, you'll get a message regarding missing plugins when opening the file. Once the scene is loaded, just delete the VRay mats and you can use/render the model. The polygon count is a bit insane on that one. :-) If you check out the OP's link, the description says that Warwick created the ball in CAD software, not a polygon modelling app. So, I did give this a try in Cinema as everyone seems to think it's not that difficult. As far as I'm concerned, I didn't find it particularly easy. Certainly doable. My version is not exactly like Warwick's. I think that getting the same sharp corners on that triangular hole that he has would require more polygons. If anyone else gave it a shot, would you mind sharing a wireframe? I'd really be interested in seeing what you came up with. Cheers, contrafibbularities
  2. HS Excercise 1: Victorian-style window

    Thanks a lot, guys! Glad to hear you like the video. Lubo, it's nice to see you again! I haven't been around for a long while. It seems that quite a few of the Cafe members I knew back then have gone missing... It's great to see that at least some of the "oldtimers" are still here after all those years. :-) Cheers, Wolfgang
  3. In this 40-minute video we are going to practice hard surface modeling and create a Victorian-style window using blueprints as a reference. You can download a Cinema 4D file in which the references have already been set up: https://www.dropbox.com/s/enlkn3oqkn113ft/C4D start file.zip?dl=0
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  5. Con's Models

  6. Nope, none whatsoever. :-) I hesitated posting about that release, however, because I might get spammed with requests for those codes. :-)

    Single user license: FIFTYOFFCITY

    Multi user license: 150CITYKIT

    Wolfgang

    (contrafibbularities)

  7. I subscribed to the GSG newsletter, so if I don't get the City Kit discount code, do you have any issues with providing it privately?

    Thanks,

    Dave Angelini (3D-Pangel)

  8. Death of days

    Wow, this is excellent work, I love this image!

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