This set of c4ds has a bit of a theme similar to the last c4d in set 17. I personally like how they turned out.
A few more render c4ds. I experimented with some pretty cool lighting effects on two of these.
So, I actually have a few sets of c4ds ready to post. I just haven’t got around to posting them.
Here we have a set of three effects c4ds. Again, c4ds like these are best used with blending modes such as screen. Great for adding a sparkle-like effect to your image.
Another set of c4ds because, well, I don’t really have anything else at the moment.
Here’s a glossy, red set of c4ds. Should add a bit of shine to your next project.
Tons of blue in this set of c4ds. What connects each individual image is that the materials used were all the same. The process of creating the figures were a bit different.
Anyway, hope you enjoy this set.
I’m a bit behind in posting my c4ds, so hopefully I can catch up by the end of the year. Today I showcase some abstract c4ds from when I started getting comfortable with making them. They are immensely different; they were mostly just me experimenting, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
And as a heads-up, the next set will be in the same style as the last in this set.
Some more abstract c4ds made using similar techniques. Not as happy with this set than I have been with others.
One of my hobbies in Photoshop is to just experiment with ideas and the plethora of tools available in the application. And when you’ve created as many c4ds as I have, you just have to see how you can incorporate a few of them into a wallpaper.
And that’s just what I’m making available for download, today. A “Substance” Wallpaper, using two of my many c4ds, a pattern that I created, and a few adjustment layers. Enjoy!
These three abstract c4ds were made using similar methods. Mainly experimenting with using perspective to create more interesting abstract c4ds.