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Happy Holidays – UV Maps Giveaway

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Happy Happy Holidays!

To say thank you for a great 2016 and all the support throughout the year, I’ve developed 10 designer UV Maps in 2K, 4K and 6K resolutions that you’re free to use under a creative commons licence

In 2017, I’m going to focus more on delivering curated content to you and would like you to join my newsletter. This isn’t a spam filled newsletter, but rather a bi-weekly newsletter that will be tailored to the Muse Creative community with exclusive content, tips and giveaways.

If there is anything I can assist you with, or anything you’d like to see in our newsletter, please drop me an email on the Contact Us page and I’ll be sure to look into it for you.

Thank you again for your attention.

Happy Holidays and Happy Rendering!

Eugene

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Tutoral 16 | HyperNurb Weighting

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So here’s a quick tutorial on the benefits of using HyperNurb Weight tags in Cinema 4D. It’s a great way to make non-destructive changes to your models and the amount of control and flexibility is fantastic. Hope you enjoy.

As always, comments are appreciated.

Tutorial 16 | Creating a Neon Sign

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In this tutorial we’ll look at how to create a neon sign.
We start off with our path-work inside of Illustrator, then importing it into Cinema 4D.
Learn how to create neon tubing, and get a small taste of building procedural textures inside of Cinema 4D.

As always, comments are appreciated – better yet, post some examples of the cool neon signs you’ve made!

 

PS: IF you want to follow along with my Illustrator file, download it here.

Tutorial 11 | Modelling a Pin Art Impression Toy

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The inner creative and explorer in each and any one of us has a rule when it comes to pin art impression toys. The rule is, you have to pick it up and see what your hand (or any other object near by) looks like extruded in pins.

A recent project of mine lead me to modeling one of these awesome gadgets and in the process I had a few learning curves which I thought it best to share with you guys.

Will get back to part 2 of Extruded Text tutorial later this week.

Hope you have fun and as usual, subscribe to the feed, comment down below and have a great time learning C4D!

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