CONFIGURING THE ULTIMATE CINEMA 4D WORKSTATION

| June 15, 2018

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Because CINEMA 4D, the popular 3D modeling and animation application, offers a wide variety of features accommodating various workflows, a one-size-fits all workstation configuration does not exist. But with the help of lead 3D Modeler and Cinema 4D expert Shane Benson, we’ll look at the most common workflows so you can determine the right configuration for your C4D workflow

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