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Creating a Medical Illustration in CINEMA 4D
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Released Jun 3, 2013
Andy Lefton

Guest Tutor

Andy Lefton
In this CINEMA 4D tutorial we will learn how to create a 3D medical illustration. Throughout these lessons we will look at the steps and techniques, including modeling, texturing and more used to create this stylized medical illustration using CINEMA 4D and Photoshop.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:05
Understanding our goal and modeling our scene
2

Understanding our goal and modeling our scene

 
10:47
Building our textures for the model
3

Building our textures for the model

 
08:02
Starting to populate our scene with MoGraph
4

Starting to populate our scene with MoGraph

 
08:15
Beginning to set up our lighting and camera
5

Beginning to set up our lighting and camera

 
09:37
Adding in subtle nuances and extra geometry
6

Adding in subtle nuances and extra geometry

 
09:48
Setting up our render and preparing for export
7

Setting up our render and preparing for export

 
06:20
Bringing in our rendered images
8

Bringing in our rendered images

 
09:41
Bringing in our background element
9

Bringing in our background element

 
16:08
Finessing our layers and fine tuning our image
10

Finessing our layers and fine tuning our image

 
19:03