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.
It’s been a while since I’ve last offered a set of fractals. I’ve been learning new ways of using Apophysis to create interesting fractals by looking through tutorials on DeviantArt. I think my favorite technique is creating plastic fractals.
Note: The fractals currently have a transparent background but look best on a black background. If they at all look weird, it’s probably because they are being displayed with a white background.
Another set of c4ds because, well, I don’t really have anything else at the moment.
It seems that one of my most popular posts is the Fractal Wallpaper collection I created a couple years ago, so I made a few more while experimenting with colors and perspective.
Here’s a glossy, red set of c4ds. Should add a bit of shine to your next project.
I’ve noticed that some of the most popular terms and posts here are those relating to fractals. Since I want to give what people want, I’ve created yet another fractal wallpaper free to download and use.
A few weeks ago, I was taking a few pictures of the cats outside when one photo caught my eye. I just loved the composition, so I decided to edit it a bit and turn it into a wallpaper.
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.