From Layout to FinalCombining simple tools in unusual ways for creative images by Matthias Zabiegly, Aixsponza
What you will learn
We're going to walk through a few of our recent projects for clients like Nike, Swisslos and Maxon and take a look at how we used Cinema4D to turn the designs we head in our heads into pixels.
Insights into Cinema4D R20 features like Volumes and Fields and how a combination of tools can unlock powers you wouldn't have thought are there in the program.
Designers and 3D artists who'd like to do a bit of industrial espionage and take a look at production files of our studio.
A good knowledge of Cinema4D would be beneficial but there will be bits and pieces for everyone who's interested in 3D design. And for those who are not interested in 3D design I'll make sure to drop a few jokes as well.
Matthias Zabiegly, Veteran 3d artist
Matthias Zabiegly is a veteran 3d artist who has gathered more than ten years of industry experience. He is currently working as Head of 3D and Set Supervisor at Aixsponza GmbH in Munich.
Aixsponza is a medium sized 3D Design Studio located in Munich / Germany. We put a strong emphasis on the Design part of 3D renderings, trying to get the best looking imagery out of all briefings that we get. We develop concepts, get our hands dirty in the story phase, create moods and layouts, pull off the production until the masterfile is ready, compose the music that fits your new visual way of life and we love to geek. The studio likes to work for all kinds of clients and industries and we are proud to have a real diverse portfolio ranging from design gems to technical renderings to trade show backgrounds to art pieces.