Cinema 4D - High quality furniture modeling (

Sofa and chair modeling in Cinema 4D to the highest standards with emphasis on details and proportions.

Created by: Zelimir Prgic

Produced in 2017

What you will learn

  • How to model high quality objects
  • Hard surface techniques
  • Organic modeling techniques
  • Subdivision surface modeling
  • How to merge geometry
  • Quad modeling tacticts
  • Polygon flow
  • Best way for modeling seams
  • How to cut geometry to get realistic folds
  • Modeling of stitches
  • Tips and tricks
  • Techniques transferable to other 3D software

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Overall Score : 86 / 100

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Course Description

In this course you will learn how to model high quality furniture. This course is a combination of simple and advanced techniques. Furniture industry is very big and furniture companies increasingly use 3D visualization of their products. I know this from experience since I am working in a company of a similar type. So this course can be helpful to come closer to industry standards.
Presented techniques in this course can be also of great help in high poly modeling of any type of products and objects. All learned techniques can be transferred to other 3D software.Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to learn 3D modeling or improve modeling skills.

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Instructor Details

Zelimir Prgic

My name is Zelimir Prgic and I am a 3D artist. I have been working in CGI for over 10 years. I have several years of on the job experience modeling for companies such as Gregory Fanous Corporation and Cylindo. Besides 3D graphics I am also interested in photography and design.



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I have new skills

I learned a lot of modeling tips and tricks that I was not aware of before watching this course. I would highly recommend this course to any one looking to spice up their modeling toolset. Also the modeling layout is fantastic that the instructor provides with the course!

super formation

Interesting tutorial but can be confusing to follow. A lot happens during silent points in the video, couldn't hurt to have a brief explanation of the tools used during this time. There are also silent points in which the instructor is frantically moving the mouse around, it's a tutorial so I'm trying to see what's going to happen next but sometimes it's nothing but a mouse flailing around the screen for no apparent reason.

So far learned some new things.

A little more vocal explanation would improve the lessons. It is too easy to miss a step because an action isn't being explained vocally at the time. Having to rewind to see how you got from one action to another sometimes is all too frustrating. Overall, great content and great tips.

This course was really useful. Is very complete, well explained and essential for improve modelling skills

So far i feel satisfied with what ive learned from this course. The artist has a very clear voice and is easy to understand. I have always wondered how i can make a furniture like this look more realistic as in the real world.

it is very frustrating, fast and hard to follow because the instructor doesn't explain enough his procedures. I learned some things, but it was very hart

The techniques and technical skill are good, just wish he would guide you through the process more. The voice is added afterwards so it's really robotic and just mentioning what to do and not why.At the cushion part he doesn't mention why he only models a quarter for example. I know he is probably doing a mirror but would be nice to know on beforehand.

Lots of good information about using Cinema 4D. Appreciated that the author includes work files that are compatible with versions 15, 16, 17, and 18 (currently the most recent version) of Cinema 4D; this way people who do not have the very latest version can follow-along.

Very good content, but with brief explanation of the workflow in some points.