One thing 3D is particularly useful for is visualising things before they are built. This comes in especially handy when looking at layouts for rooms.One of Cinema 4D's really helpful tools is the House Builder found in the Visualise and Studio Content Browsers. Now don't be fooled by its name. It allows you to easily construct the layout of a room and position its window and door openings using the simplest of methods.
In this set of videos, I look through this House Builder and construct an office space, using an array of items found in Cinema 4D R18's Content Browser.
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Part 1: House Builder
In the first video, you will learn how to use the House Builder to produce a basic layout. You will then learn how to add simple preset textures for it and then how to customise your own.
Part 2: Doors & Windows
If you have Studio, then follow me in the second video where we add windows and doors to the model and configure them easily.
Part 3: Content Browser Objects
Then finally we use the Content Browser to populate this office space with desks, chairs… And even a toilet!
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