Cinema 4D Tutorial: Create a Realistic Subway Station Scene using Cinema 4D and After Effects Part 2

Follow the link to view my CG Tuts+ tutorial about how to create a fast-moving, 3D subway train in Cinema 4D and then composite it into a subway station photo to make a realistic scene. The modeling in done in Cinema 4D, and the compositing is done in After Effects

Follow the link to view my CG Tuts+ tutorial about how to create a fast-moving, 3D subway train in Cinema 4D and then composite it into a subway station photo to make a realistic scene. The modeling in done in Cinema 4D, and the compositing is done in After Effects

3 Responses to “Cinema 4D Tutorial: Create a Realistic Subway Station Scene using Cinema 4D and After Effects Part 2”

  1. Marty says:

    Hi! BigMike, I love you too….:) Thanks for the tutorial you are my man—keep up the good work. Hey! I’m using Cinema 4D can you make a tutorial on how to bring a picture box to After Effects and apply footage to it. I try to do it my self by using a Matt. well it kind of works, but when I do the animation the pic won’t move with it…:( Can you help me figure it out–thanks for you time—cheers!

    Marty

  2. 3dbomb says:

    Just watched your subway train tutorial. I learned a lot about modeling, really enjoyed the whole tutorial. I often grow tired of peoples voices narrating over these tutorials. So many Mmmm’s and Umm’s noises while they try and collect their next thought into words. For a lot of your tutorial it felt like you’d rehearsed it, your delivery was really smooth. I think you’d do well making really big tutorial series and selling them on lynda.com or wherever. Comparing your delivery to the guy that just did the last Cinema 4D lynda.com one, you win.

    Anyway, thanks for the tutorial. I’ll be catching more of yours for sure.

  3. BIGMIKE says:

    Thanks a bunch, I do try to plan out ahead of time what I’m going to say instead of just winging it. It also makes the tutorials shorter. I hate it when people make a 15 minute tutorial into one that lasts a half hour because they are doing trial and error while the record and making everything take twice as long.

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