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Posted on March 19, 2024


Getting back into abstracts with this experiment in procedural object placement/shading using Cinema4D.    The principles expand on what I learned to create “Proxima” and, like that project, I will be creating a darker “night version” shortly. I hope you enjoy it!

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Posted on March 8, 2024

The Long Night

As I mentioned the last time, I was working on creating a “sky effect” in Cinema4D and then got side-tracked creating the foreground in VUE.   After putting together my arctic vista I decided to create the day version first and that became “Return of the Sun“.   

I can now confirm that the “sky effect” I was working on was aurora and I hope you enjoy it in the night version!

Posted on March 3, 2024

Return of the Sun

This one started as a night scene, trying out a new sky technique in Cinema4D.   As is usually the case when creating the sky first, I had to think of something for the foreground.    I’d been meaning to learn Gaea’s “Ice Floe” node and this seemed like the perfect time.   Then when I started putting together the foreground I decided to create a day scene first and got a little distracted with it.   

The night scene is still to come but I hope you enjoy this arctic sunrise while I’m still perfecting that C4D sky technique 😄