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.
Alright, this month, I decided to try something new. Instead of working in the Adobe programs I am comfortable in, I thought to do something I’ve never done before: create a composition in Cinema 4d. I have to say, I think I learned quite a bit in this simple project. It just goes to show you that stepping outside your comfort zone will lead to extraordinary things.
The project in this case was to use the kanji (Chinese character) for summer (natsu in Japanese) in a composition. My idea was to place the character in a field of flowers with summer-esque lighting. Because I have never done any compositions in Cinema 4d before, this project was both frustrating and fun. I can’t wait to see what I’ll do next.
In celebration of spring, I have decided to take a few pictures of the most common flower in at least my area: Dandelions. These are different groups of the flowers taken at different angles. All are 4000 pixels wide and 3000 pixels tall. Download them separately as you need them or download the zip file here.