Model a Net

Making It Look Great 10: Modelling Essentials for Cinema 4D is out now. MILG 10, the latest in the popular MILG series, is hosted by Cinema 4D expert Rob Redman, and will teach you how to model various day-to-day objects using a variety of essential modelling tools and techniques. Enjoy this sample lesson.

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  1. Derek
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    Great news John!
    Which C4D release will we need to properly follow along?

    • John Dickinson
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      Hi Derek,
      The lessons are recorded using R13 but you can probably use R12, but you’d need to hunt for some of the menu items since there were a few changes in R13.

  2. jhelias
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    thx John ! Nice for a present ;-)

  3. Steve Cardwell
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    How much overlap is there between this and MILG 8 & 9?

    Will there be a bundle of the three?

    Cheers
    Steve

    • John Dickinson
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      Hi Steve,
      Rob uses some of the tools he used to create the Bot in MILG 8 and introduces a variety of new ones. By demonstrating various approaches to modelling everyday objects, MILG10 is designed to give viewers the skills to approach most modelling projects with confidence. I learned a lot in MILG 8 and have also gotten a lot out of MILG 10. Best wishes, John.

  4. Andre Friedman
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    MILG is one of the best tutorial series ever done and definitely my favorite, Good news, John!

  5. Ben
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    Always keen on sharpening my modeling skills! Will this be viewable on the iPad by chance?

  6. WTV3D
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    Thanks for sharing.

  7. Robert
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    I’d really like to see Rob Redman make a tutorial on Vue and Cinema 4D workflow.

  8. Steve Cardwell
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    Hi John,

    Any news on a release date for MILG 10?

    Also, will there be a bundle price for 8, 9 and 10 together.

    Many thanks
    Steve

    • John Dickinson
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      Hey Steve,
      I’m pushing for early February! Yes we probably will have an 8.9 and 10 bundle.
      Best wishes, John.

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