3D Modeling: Make Infinite Animations

To Infinity and Beyond! Learn to model a 3D scene step by step and animate it generating continous rotations. What do you say? Are you in?

About the course

In this course on Cinema 4D, we'll be creating a scene working with Xpresso Editor. This editor uses mathematical or synchronized expressions to connect 3D objects. Xpresso is also great for generating repetitive animations, changes of position, size...

Which project are we going to develop?

We'll be using Xpresso in Cinema 4D to create a scene with a pendulum and a disk that we'll try to synchronize. Animating this scene may seem complex at the beginning but, after learning how to use Xpresso, we'll be able to automate animations with ease. Throughout the course, we’ll be modeling the scene, animating it with Xpresso, adding materials and generating a quality video to present our project.

What you'll learn:

  • Modeling a scene
  • Using Xpresso and its functions
  • Synchronizing objects animations using nodes. 
  • Exporting an animation to an external render engine
  • Using quality materials and an environment in Keyshot to get a quality render. 


In this course, we'll be working with Cinema 4D and Keyshot, although you can use any other render engine. 

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Course Details

Beginner level 1h 19m 8 lessons 594 users


Cinema 4D Cinema 4D


Dídac  Soto
Dídac  Soto
Dídac Soto Teacher

Didac Soto is a 3D and multimedia designer based in Barcelona, where he studied illustration, animation and graphic design. He then went on to study a masters in 3D animation at the University of Salamanca. Specialized in 3D modeling and with 5 years experience in the industry, he has worked for various marketing and advertising agencies in Barcelona. As a freelance designer, he has worked and collaborated with clients all over the world, creating 3D models for indie video games in Mexico, the United States or the UK. He has also created projects for advertising, medical or even academic contexts. Currently, he combines his freelance work with the courses and tutorials he shares with students on Tutpad

To learn more, visit http://www.didacsotovaldes.com