New Cinema 4D Training – Forest / Laubwerk from Marijn Raeven

 
helloluxx was relaunched, as you know it today, back in August 2013 and one of the site’s Trainers who began this journey with us, is Marijn Raeven.

Marijn created a series of Interior Training exclusively for learn. / helloluxx, which teaches how to create a complete interior from scratch, dealing with modelling, texturing, lighting and rendering in Cinema 4D.

This Interior series remains some of our most popular training, I believe due to Marijn’s professional capabilities as a polished, skilled artist and Professor.

Marijn’s new training takes a different path, a beautiful path, his new Cinema 4D training will guide you through the entire process of creating a vast forest, including every small detail, using Laubwerk Plants Kits. Shown below is a render from the training, an example of that which you too will be able to create.
 

Cinema 4D Training - Forest / Laubwerk from Marijn Raeven

Cinema 4D Training – Forest / Laubwerk from Marijn Raeven : Example Render

 

The training is not available just yet however, we hope to bring it to you before the end of the month so that while you enjoy your Christmas breaks, you might be inspired to create something truly beautiful too.

let’s learn.


New Cinema 4D Training – Forest / Laubwerk from Marijn Raeven
Author: Fleur Clapham

5 Comments

  1. Yambo
    Yambo On December 11, 2014 at 10:10 AM

    Very impressive!
    Which render engine will he use?
    C4D native rendere? Vray?

    Thanks.

    • admin
      admin On December 11, 2014 at 10:12 AM

      Hey Yambo, Marijn will be using the C4D renderer for his training. Thanks!

  2. Pappaert Philippe
    Pappaert Philippe On December 14, 2014 at 2:23 AM

    Great news can’t wait until then. Would be a great idea to have some translation in French of those tutorials..
    Regards.
    Pappaert Philippe

  3. Philippe Pappaert
    Philippe Pappaert On December 16, 2014 at 6:47 PM

    Yes it’s an offer of course. A way to thanks this great site.
    Regards.
    Philippe Pappaert

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