After jotting down plenty of notes and learning how to use certain tools, we starting clicking away on our Mac’s in hopes of creating our first scenario which had to include trees, flowers, a fence and basically all things that are in a garden/park.
Before creating the fence, we had to create our landscape in order to then make the fence follow a specific path on it and to adjust to the landscape’s hills and such. Creating a landscape is easier than you think. If you go in the Primitives group, you’ll find it there and by one simple click of a button, Cinema 4D generates a whole landscape for you – amazing.
The fence was a slightly more complicated matter.
Now I’m going to explain how I made the fence follow a specific path.
Here is an un-rendered version of the whole scene!
And here is a rendered version!
Even though it’s not perfect and can be better, I’m quite pleased with myself and what I’ve managed to create, especially since this is my first attempt! The whole process was a bit tedious but honestly I enjoyed every second of it and being able to create something like this made me feel extremely happy and very excited for future lessons!