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WandaVision Fantasy Technology Powered by Cinema 4D Posted: 28/09/2021
WandaVision and rsquo;s Fantasy Technology Powered by Cinema 4D

Maxon announced today that Cinema 4D was used to support the creation of several fantasy user interfaces (FUI) on the hit Disney+ series, WandaVision, a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). 3D motion design artist Robyn Haddow was tasked with bringing the fantasy technology to life for viewers watching the series at home. A FUI expert with a superhero resume, Haddow’s portfolio includes television series such as The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, as well as feature films including The Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man Homecoming and many more.



Tags: Maxon | WandaVision | MCU | VFX | Animation | Cinema 4D
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Maxon Fall Product Releases Offer a Wealth of Rich Features and Compatibility Posted: 14/09/2021
Maxon Fall Product Releases Offer a Wealth of Rich Features and Compatibility

Maxon, the developers of professional software solutions for motion designers and visual effects artists, today announced updates to nearly every application within the company’s Maxon One product offering. Cinema 4D R25 and Trapcode Suite 17 unveil significant new functionality, the VFX Suite 2 features the addition of the recently acquired Bang muzzle flare generator, the introduction of Redshift RT and multiple products have received essential compatibility updates.

Tags: Maxon | product release | Cinema 4D | Redshift | Red Giant Complete | post production | vfx | special effects
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Maxon Congratulates Perception Design Lab For WandaVision Emmy Nomination Posted: 12/08/2021
Maxon Congratulates Perception Design Lab For WandaVision Emmy Nomination

Maxon is pleased to congratulate Chief Creative John LePore and Creative Director Doug Appleton of New York City-based design lab Perception on their 2021 Emmy nomination. The pair were recognized with a nomination in the Outstanding Main Title Design category for their work on WandaVision’s Main on End title sequence, which used Cinema 4D to bring Perception’s vision to life.

Tags: WandaVision | Maxon | Perception Design Lab | Cinema 4D
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Maxon Reveals May 3D Motion Design Show Speakers Posted: 13/05/2021
Maxon Reveals May 3D and amp; Motion Design Show Speakers

Maxon just announced its lineup of speakers for its May 19th 3D & Motion Design Show, the free-to-attend virtual series of artist-focused presentations for 3D and motion graphics artists. Coming off the heels of the three-day April 3D & Motion Design Show, which launched Cinema 4D S24, attendees will get a closer look at how some of the most dynamic 3D artists are leveraging the Maxon suite of creative tools.

Tags: Maxon | Red Giant | Cinema 4D | Motion Design Show
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Maxon Announces Cinema 4D S24 Posted: 13/04/2021
Maxon Announces Cinema 4D S24

The latest subscription-only release of Maxon’s 3D application allows users to easily browse and obtain models, materials and other assets, and to intuitively place them within the scene. The release also includes key workflow enhancements and a sneak peek at continued progress on the Scene Nodes and Scene Manager interfaces to the new core.

Tags: Maxon | Cinema 4D | C4D | 3D design | product updates
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Moves by Maxon Update Offers Streamlined Workflow Posted: 13/04/2021
Moves by Maxon Update Offers Streamlined Workflow

Maxon, the developers of professional software solutions for motion designers and visual effects artists, is pleased to announce the release of an update to Moves by Maxon for iOS devices. Moves by Maxon capitalizes on the emerging technology of Apple's AR-Toolkit, which enables users to capture facial motion and whole body movement; enabling artists to bring motion sequences into Cinema 4D with limited technical effort. Moves by Maxon was released in early 2020 and has become quite popular among Cinema 4D users. In this latest updated release several optimizations have been implemented to make the app more stable and user-friendly. Most notably, Moves by Maxon now includes simplified connectivity to Cinema 4D S24 via automatic network discovery, removing the previous need to scan a QR Code image or manually configure the IP address of the machine running C4D.

Tags: Maxon | Moves by Maxon | Cinema 4D | Animation | VFX
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Maxon Announces Three-Day April 3D Motion Design Show Posted: 07/04/2021
Maxon Announces Three-Day April 3D and amp; Motion Design Show

Maxon just announced its lineup of speakers for its April 3D & Motion Design Show, the free-to-attend virtual series of artist-focused presentations for 3D and motion graphics artists. During the extended April show, which will run from April 13, 2021 to April 15, 2021, Maxon will host presentations from a collection of notable creative directors, motion designers, and animation directors including Doug Appleton and John Lepore, the creative minds behind WandaVision, and Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple, the originator of the "everyday" movement and the face of the NFT-powered crypto art movement having just sold his piece, “The First 5000 Days” for $69 million at auction. The show kicks off on April 13th at 8:30AM PDT with Maxon CEO David McGavran providing company news and exciting announcements.

Tags: Maxon | Red Giant | Cinema 4D | Motion Design Show | VFX | Beeple
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Maxon Announces 2021 Lineup of 3D, VFX and Motion Graphics Special Events Posted: 23/02/2021
Maxon Announces 2021 Lineup of 3D, VFX and Motion Graphics Special Events

Maxon has announced its extensive lineup of 2021 events for content creators working in 2D, 3D, motion design, VFX and visualization. In addition to participating in mainstay industry events like SIGGRAPH, NAB, and IBC, Maxon will continue with their popular free online showcase, the 3D & Motion Design Show, the first of which will take place on March 17, 2021.

Tags: Red giant | Maxon | VFX | Cinema 4D | 3D & Motion Design Show | 2021 | Events Calendar
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Maxon Announces November 3D Motion Design Show Lineup Posted: 13/11/2020
Maxon Announces November 3D and amp; Motion Design Show Lineup

Maxon announced the lineup for the November 3D & Motion Design show, a free series of artist-focused streaming shows for 3D and motion graphics artists. Taking place online on November 18, 2020, on The 3D and Motion Design Show, renowned creative directors, motion graphics artists, and even one of the few Cinema 4D Master Trainers in the world will showcase their personal projects and demonstrate techniques for managing workflows using Cinema 4D, Redshift and Red Giant products.

Tags: maxon | cinema 4D | virtual events | 3D design | motion graphics | vfx | post production | education
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Maxon Cinema 4D Immediately Available for M1-Powered Macs Posted: 11/11/2020
Maxon Cinema 4D Immediately Available for M1-Powered Macs

Today, Maxon announced Cinema 4D will be available for the new M1-powered Macs when they ship. This makes Cinema 4D the very first professional 3D animation tool available for the new Macs.

Maxon has a two-decade long history of being the first professional 3D package to support Apple innovations, including being the first to offer multiprocessing on the Mac, the first to support Mac OS X, the first to run on Intel Macs, the first to support 64-bit on a Mac and now the first available for the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini powered by M1.

Tags: Maxon | Cinema 4D | Apple | Apple M1 | 3d animation software | motion graphics
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Maxon Announces Cinema 4D R23 Posted: 08/09/2020
Maxon Announces Cinema 4D R23

In conjunction with their own live, virtual 3D Motion and Design Show and the IBC 2020 conference, Maxon today announced the availability of Cinema 4D Release 23 (R23). The next generation of Maxon’s professional 3D software delivers powerful enhancements to its animation and UV workflows, character animation toolset, and the inclusion of Magic Bullet Looks technology. The introduction of the new Scene Nodes system provides a preview of the performance customers can expect in future developments of Cinema 4D. Plugin developers will appreciate the update to Python 3, and creative pipelines will benefit from the inclusion of USD import/export and updates to FBX and OBJ handling. R23 will be available on September 9th for subscription holders and will be available as an upgrade for perpetual license holders

Tags: Red Giant | Maxon | Cinema 4D
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Creative Works London delivers immersive and spectacular visuals to Guns N Roses North American Tour using disguise and Unreal Posted: 05/03/2020
Creative Works London delivers immersive and spectacular visuals to Guns N and rsquo; Roses North American Tour using disguise and Unreal

When Guns N’ Roses’ successful ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour switched to disguise for its North American leg, it opened up new creative possibilities to enhance the already visually spectacular rock show.

The tour wrapped last November with two shows at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The three-year world tour played 158 concerts selling more than 5 million tickets and grossing $584 million. The ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour that started in 2016 marked the first time that Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan played together since 1993. Screenworks-NEP Live Events was the disguise rental partner for the tour.

Jeremy Leeor, Managing Director and Dan Potter, Creative Director, at disguise studio Creative Works London, coordinated the creation, execution and delivery of the Ghostrain and traditional show walk-in opening sequence using the new disguise and Unreal integration, currently going through Beta testing.

"A lot of what we created for the Guns’ tour visuals was built similarly to the way triple-A game assets are made using highly creative and flexible 3D tools like Cinema 4D, ZBrush, 3Ds Max and Substance Painter to create high-quality assets that can then be moved into real-time render engines like Unreal Engine,” explains Dan. “This is how we’ve always done it, and it makes a lot of our content stand out for its depth, texture and richness."

He points out that, “the rendering process on any project, in a conventional sense, presents many render engine and creative compositing options, and is central to how we achieve the diverse range of visual styles in our work. With the introduction of real-time render engines, you’re shifting the focal points of stages when you are developing a look to different points in the project timeline. This can be quite liberating if you’re working on something that plays to the strengths of the look you want to achieve and using the right tools to do it."

Tags: Guns N Roses | disguise | Creative Works | LED screens | Unreal | 3D | Cinema 4D | ZBrush | 3Ds Max | NEP Live Events | concert touring | Bubble Agency
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Jigsaw Training Days Are GO Posted: 07/10/2010
Jigsaw Training Days Are GO

Jigsaw offers a FREE Cinema 4D training event in central London on October 21st, and in Manchester on October 28th.

The aim of the day is to give anyone working in 3D animation an introduction to the ground-breaking software which was used to make films such films as Spider-Man 3 and The Dark Knight. You can find out hints, tips and tricks from the team and learn about everything from title sequences to MoGraph animations as well as have a working lunch with the experts while they answer any questions.

Appearing in full 3D glory will be Jigsaws Elliott Smith and Maxons Managing Directors, Luke and Liam Stacy.

Elliott Smith from Jigsaws 3D team said: We wanted to give everyone a chance to see what this amazing piece of kit can do and so decided to have two events. Not everyone finds it easy to get to Central London for an early start so we thought Manchester would be a great alternative

To register for this FREE event, visit  www.Jigsaw24.com/cinema-4d  

Tags: Jigsaw | Maxon | Cinema 4D | 3D | Animation | Event
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