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Transparent Machines™ This scene files have been broken into three parts for ease of use and speed. These section are still a bit slow. The film was rendered using Vray but this is not 100% required. You can just take out any of these tags and apply any material you'd like if you don't have Vray. See readme file for any additional notes.
IV.10 The basic project files includes all individual instruments as well as the actual film broken down into two sections. Just a note of warning, these sections might be a bit slow on your computer due to the insane amount of objects in each. There are a few notes on how remedy this a bit in an included readme.
Erykah Badu -
Gone Baby, Don't be Long There were multiple different passes needed for the final composite,
but they call came from this single scene file. Special thanks
to Vince Ream for some of the models in the project.
This dude has some frigg'n crazy ass in-depth tutorials that focus on how to achieve certain looks or effects. He sort of assumes a certain level of proficiency with Cinema 4D and After Effects though so if you're really starting out, this prolly isn't the place.
This is a really great resource for people starting out. 3DKiwi is the fucking man and has a redonkulous amount of awesome in depth tutorials that can take you from installing the software day one to Cinema 4D boner-master in no time!