In this course, you will :
- Start by getting to know 3D artist Andrew Morgan. He discusses his career and how he came to launch his brand, Dreamfibre. Discover the other artists who influence his work.
- Gather reference materials to inspire your concept; Andrew discusses where he gets his inspiration and how to build a reference library.
- Dive into some fundamental 3D modelling techniques, such as extrusion and plane cutting, before installing Cinema 4D in preparation for your final project.
- It's time to start creating your 3D environment, beginning with the room composition. Shapes can be used to block out each element of your design, such as windows, furniture, and so on.
- Learn how to model a curved retro sofa, as well as other, more detailed elements, to add a luxurious feel to your design. Decorate your room with neon elements before incorporating things like columns, plants, and water to add realism and depth to your work.
- Redshift's digital tools will help you bring your 3D environment to life. Andrew discusses his approach to incorporating light into his work before demonstrating how to incorporate other basic materials into your environment as well as the finishing touches. Finally, hear Andrew's advice on how to share your work on social media.
1. Getting Inspired
- Reference Material
- Intro to 3D Modeling: Basic Techniques
- Setting up Cinema 4D
2. Creating the Scene
- Blocking Out Room Composition
- Modeling the Sofa
- Modeling the Pool Ladder
- Modeling the Glass Block Wall
- Bring On the Neon!
- Room Detailing
- To Learn More: Column
- To Learn More: Cushion
- To Learn More: Plant
3. Final Polishing
- Lighting Your Scene With Redshift
- Creating and Applying Materials
- Post Processing
- Sharing to Social Media