Janine's recent work


#1

Hey all,

I hope these kinds of topics are accepted here. At least they were when I used to post here years and years ago. I thought it would be fun to have a thread where I can just post my recent work and keep adding whenever I have something new. So here’s what I’ve made so far, since I’ve got myself Octane:


#2

Hi, Janine how are you? These are very beautiful pictures :star_struck:

I remember you from the days when I used to watch 3D Fluff tutorials. Hope you’re doing great.

-Bubba.


#3

Very nice images - please make more tutorials!


#4

Cool stuff, keep it coming!

-Shane


#5

Thanks all! :slight_smile: Well I might be a little bit tempted to make a tutorial since I’ve got the time right now… It wouldn’t quite be a free one though since I can’t afford that but would people be interested in a project based tutorial with R19 and Octane? The same techniques can easily be applied to newer versions (and probably older ones too) but right now that’s what I’m working with.


#6

Ha… the 3D fluff tutorials were amongst my first endeavours into C4D… They came in the post on DVD!


#7

Haha yeah, those were the times… :wink: Stuffing a bunch of envelopes into the nearest post box, hoping they don’t get lost on the way halfway across the world… I miss it. :wink:


#8

It certainly has been far too long since you’ve made an appearance …
nice to see you back :grinning:


#9

I never had a chance to thank you Janine. I own all your 3D fluff tutorials and they were among the best resources to learn C4d back in the days.
All the best,


#10

Thanks! That makes me happy. :slight_smile:


#11

Nice work. Especially like the last image.
Your 3D fluff hair tutorial got me introduced with Cinema 4D’s hair system which is a great system I still use to this day.


#12

I’m indeed working on a new video tutorial now, based on my pink light bulb render. Had to make a different light bulb though since the original one is from turbosquid. :stuck_out_tongue: But this one is nice too I hope:

This will be part 1 of the video. Part two will be to make the colourful version. As a bonus I might include some extra scene files of some of the renders from my first post. Might be useful for some people even if I don’t explain them. I also won’t be making the tutorial very expensive, I’d rather have as many people as possible be able to afford it instead of only a selected few.


#13

And here’s the finished movie - Illumination:

Took a while to render on my single graphics card but totally worth waiting for. :slight_smile:


#14

And a little interior I made within about 4 hours. Just under 10 minutes render time with Octane.


#15

Today I felt like designing some jewellery. It’s also my first project with R20 and Octane 4:

Btw I finished my video tutorial! I wrote more about it here: Lighting Magic with Cinema 4D and Octane - Video Tutorial