Polygon Pen shows how to model, shade, animate and render a low-poly world in Cinema 4D.
One of the cornerstones of motion graphics is a low=polygon look using simple 3D shapes and elements. This new tutorial from Polygon Pen shows off the entire process for C4D users, showing us how to think about modeling, creating the shaders, animating, and rendering a low-poly world as an example.
The tutorial represents the first in a series design to cover creating motion graphics with Maxon Cinema 4D for people new to that kind of workflow and process.
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