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High-Quality Shading & Lighting with Redshift

3D Artist, Yeseong Kim
  • C4D
  • Redshift
  • MotionDesign
  • Shading
  • Total 30 videos
    Get exclusive tips and insights from Yeseong Kim, a 3D Artist at Motion Design Studio Tendril.
  • Intermediate Level
    Requires a basic understanding of Cinema 4D
    • Intermediate Level
    • Jul 8 (PST) Special offer ends soon.
    • USD 206.00 USD 700.00 70% off

3D Artist, Yeseong Kim Class Description

Class Intro
3D Artist, Yeseong Kim

"C4D + Redshift is the best way
to quickly render high-quality images."

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Chapter 10. Scene Lighting & Layout

1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
2. Adjusting the layout and lighting in a scene
3. HDRI and basic light objects
4. Creating a shadow with an object

Find out how you can create
out-of-this-world quality images
with Redshift, the world's
most powerful renderer!

Learn rendering techniques from
3D Artist Yeseong Kim,
perform detailed shadings with nodes,
lower the rendering time,
raise the quality with
render optimization, and learn the
industry standard ACES Workflow.

Class
Breakdown

Content

Length: 30 videos
(14h 01m)
Difficulty: Intermediate
Unlimited views

Video Details

Audio: Korean
Subtitles: English

Software Required

Cinema 4D R23
Redshift 3.0.57

Perks

Total 43
C4D files
PDF files
& more

3D Artist,
Yeseong Kim's Profile & Portfolio

Yeseong Kim
3D Artist


Hello, I am 3D Artist Yeseong Kim.

I'm a self-taught 3D artist,
currently working for Tendril Studio,
a well-known company
in the motion design industry.

During my time at Tendril Studio,
I've worked with various brands
such as Microsoft, Adobe, and ESPN,
and I have also been in charge of
designs, look development, and lighting.
This class is for those who have a grasp on
the general workflow but are frustrated with
the quality of their results and
professional projects,
and those who can't figure out
which area of skills they lack,

Since I also learned Redshift all by myself,
I understand how frustrating and helpless it feels.
That is why I want to teach you practical
Redshift techniques and tips and tricks
I learned from my personal experience.

3D Artist
Yeseong Kim

[Current]
3D Artist at Tendril Studio

Recognizable
Projects & Awards

[Projects]
ESPN CFP
Microsoft Windows 365 Cloud PC
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Icons
Huawei Wisdom
Adobe Creative Cloud
Maxon Logo
Vizio PX/P9
Cybin x Kernel

Instagram

3 Class Exercises
With 15 Different Shots


Exercise 1 : Sandbox

Exercise 2 : Puzzle

Exercise 3 : Light and Shadow

*Shaders Used in Each Exercise


Class Highlights

Highly Sought After Intermediate Level Redshift Class

Improve the quality of your work by utilizing lookdev with shaders and lighting with Redshift. This class covers everything from complex nodes used for rendering optimization up to how to finalize your work.

Perfecting Your Motion Design Images with Lighting

Have you ever felt unsatisfied with a finalized project, or frustrated from not knowing where and how to improve your skills? Learn lighting techniques to enhance your ordinary-looking images and create an eye-catching portfolio.

Tips and Techniques to Getting Hired By a Major Motion Design Studio

Get full access to the tips and techniques for creating design resources and a visual library; learn how to study 3D graphics, organize complicated scenes, and figure out how to develop the perfect look for your project.

Class Details
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Curriculum
In-Depth Look

SECTION 01. Introduction

01. Intro

  1. Introducing the Instructor
  2. Introducing the artwork & company process
  3. Class brief (required tools, resources, why we use Redshift, etc.)
SECTION 02. Basics

02. My Own Visual Library

  1. Creating a Visual Library
  2. Using a Visual Library

03. Introduction to Cinema 4D

  1. Cinema 4D UI
  2. How to neatly organize scene files
  3. Creating a convenient layout for look development

04. Introducing Redshift

  1. Installing Redshift
  2. Basic Redshift UI & layout settings
  3. Adding basic lighting & camera

05. Color Space: sRGB vs ACES

  1. ACES and why we use it
  2. Key factors you must know
SECTION 03. Exercise 1 - Sandbox

06. Basic Scene Setup

  1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
  2. Introducing Sandbox type files
  3. Overall basic settings

07. Essential Redshift Shaders and Nodes 1

  1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
  2. Diffuse, refraction, normal bump on basic materials
  3. Making basic plastic, wall, and metal

08. Essential Redshift Shaders and Nodes 2

  1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
  2. Sheen, refraction, emission on basic materials
  3. Creating fabric, lightbulb, and glass textures

09. Essential Redshift Shaders and Nodes 3

  1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
  2. Advanced features, Multi SSS, and coating on basic materials
  3. Creating marble, rubber, and soft textures

10. Scene Lighting & Layout

  1. Exercise 1: Sandbox
  2. Adjusting the layout and lighting in the scene
  3. HDRI and basic light objects
  4. Creating a shadow with an object
SECTION 04. Exercise 2 - Puzzle

11. Scene Ideation & Reference

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Ideation and reference gathering for the "Puzzle Example"
  3. Modeling process

12. Feeling: Tactile

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Creating a tactile texture like rock, plastic, and wood
  3. Material blending with curvature & AO

13. Feeling: Imperfection

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Creating car paint & metal plates
  3. A different method of using normal bump
  4. Creating a metal texture with anisotropy, imperfection map

14. Feeling: Soft

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Creating a jelly, chocolate, wax texture
  3. How to add depth without modeling with MSSS & material blending

15. Feeling: Transparent

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Glass and ice
  3. Advanced single SSS
  4. Adding detail to a glass texture with dispersion

16. Feeling: Special

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Creating gloss in various colors
  3. Iridiscent (Thin film)
  4. 3 different approaches to node combinations for a default-less Redshift

17. Useful Advanced Nodes

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Easily adding details like logos with camera projection
  3. Masking with object data by using the state node
  4. Making an efficient work process with the user data node

18. Basic Volume Techniques

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Adding a fog effect by linking the basic C4D volume builder and the Redshift volume shader

19. Lighting Used in the Exercise

  1. Exercise 2: Puzzle
  2. Introducing the lighting used in the exercise
  3. Cautions: Using volume
SECTION 05. Exercise 3 - Light and Shadow

20. Ideation and References

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Ideation and reference gathering

21. Environment Modeling & 3D Scanning

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. How to use Quixel Scans
  3. Environment modeling & composition

22. Material: Hair

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Linking C4D hair and Redshift shaders
  3. Hair system

23. Material: Bubbles

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Creating bubble material without textures

24. First Lighting Setup

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Creating a studio image with depth using light volume
  3. Basic lights
  4. Lighting objects and textures
  5. Lighting tips

25. Second Lighting Setup

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Lighting for a dim, mesmerizing environment
  3. Advanced version of the first lighting (GOBO in lighting, fog effects, and backgrounds)

26. Third Lighting Setup

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Lighting a bright environment without losing focus
  3. Switching the lighting in an animation

27. Rendering: Optimization

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Rendering optimization for the final product
  3. AOV, Motion Blur, Bokeh Effect

28. Rendering: Final Product

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Cautions: Tokens and the final product
  3. Using C4D render queue

29. Post-Production: After Effects

  1. Exercise 3: Light and Shadow
  2. Post-Production with ACES images on After Effects
  3. Adding simple FX for color correction, glow, etc.
SECTION 06. Final Words

30. Tips for Effectively Studying 3D Rendering

  1. Tips learned from previous projects & studies
  2. Different ways to study alone: Matching analog tools with digital resources

*The release date of this class, curriculum images,
and associated content can be changed without prior notice.

Interview
with 3D Artist Yeseong Kim

Question.01
What Are the Current Prospects
of Redshift?


I believe there will be more demand for Redshift. Especially, since our recent clients are often requesting surreal visuals, and demand for workflows utilizing C4D, Houdini, and Redshift grow higher. Also, since C4D bought Redshift, these two tools will receive continued support and improved compatibility, which only gives it better prospects.

Question.02
What Differentiates This Class
From Other Classes?


There are barely any in-depth Redshift tutorials that cover a host of advanced features. Since this class discusses the full potential of Redshift such as how to use the seemingly complicated nodes to render images and how to optimize rendering for the final product, I believe it stands out from other classes.

Question.03
Who Would You Recommend
Take This Class?


I recommend this class to aspiring artists and junior designers who wants to create industry-ready quality renders. If you're unsatisfied with the quality of your projects but you have a hard time improving, if you have a grasp on where you lack technical skills, yet you can't pinpoint the exact area, I recommend you to take this class.

Question.04
Please Leave a Message
to Potential Students.


Making stunning and beautiful work is definitely important, but through this class, I would like you to learn about the technical aspects used in the field. I want you to use everything you learn from this class to its fullest potential. It would be an honor if my class helps lead you in the creation of an even better work of art.

Required Programs

This class will use Cinema 4D R23, and Redshift 3.0.57.
Please purchase and install these program(s) for an optimized lecture experience.

*These programs and/or materials will not be provided with the lecture.

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