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Renderfeed’s Christmas Special, 10% off all subscriptions!

Christmas is coming early this year here at Renderfeed! From now until the new year get 10% off on all new subscriptions. This coupon will work whether you want to render for a day, a week or 3 months! It is also compatible with Dedicated or Shared render farms.

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By |December 8th, 2011|Categories: Articles, Advanced Render, Rendering, Global Illumination, Linear Workflow|0 Comments

Renderfeed updates with Client list and Reviews of service!

It has been a great year so far and Renderfeed is happy to announce the new laundry list of clients and what they have been saying about using Renderfeed! Take a look at the new client list HERE that includes studios such as The Mill, Toch Studios and Google! Also check out what the kind customers such as 4DTheives and 3Devotion have had to say about the service HERE!

By |November 17th, 2011|Categories: Articles, Rendering, Workflow|0 Comments

Buck: Gud — Gud Happens

Great new animation from Motion Graphics Gurus Buck. Take a look at The Spot and how they turn a dismal monotone world into an explosion of color and all things good.

The words of Buck: For the launch of Burt’s Bees new line of shampoos and lotions called Gud, we worked with the Agency Baldwin& to create one of the first scratch-n-sniff commercials ever. So next level.

By |March 7th, 2012|Categories: Articles, Advanced Render, Rendering|0 Comments

Hangover – C4D Render Notification Plug In

Check out this handy plug in for Cinema4D, Hangover. Just set up your renders and walk away! Hangover will send a notification to your email or to your mobile device when renders are completed. Also for a quick run down of how the plug in works Pixel Lab has done a video tutorial you can check out on his site HERE. Be sure to check out the rest of the Pixel Lab’s products and blog, great rendering resources!

By |March 10th, 2012|Categories: Articles, Workflow, Tutorials|0 Comments

Limerick Studios + Renderfeed = ACC Titles

Check out the latest and greatest from Limerick Studios out in North Carolina! They have a lot of great new work on their vimeo page, and don’t miss their fresh new reel at Limerick.com

Limerick used Renderfeed and their services to complete a job that would have been near impossible to create in house. Since the quality of the renders had to be extremely high to get the look the studio wanted Limerick came to Renderfeed for some extra power. Since it was a broadcast package there were many different animation elements to render out using Renderfeed saved valuable time getting jobs out of Cinema4D!

By |March 6th, 2012|Categories: Articles, Advanced Render, Rendering, Workflow, Global Illumination, Linear Workflow|0 Comments

Free Cinema 4D asset by Berd and news on his latest project for Rayban – Read the interview to download

We wanted to let you know that Berd, our artist of the month, has graciously agreed to donate a free Cinema4D asset to our audience. You can download Berd’s free C4D house, which was part of his fantastic Jubail city render, by clicking on this link: DOWNLOAD C4D FILE!

We have also just had news about Berd’s latest work, a new project for Rayban titled “Made of Music”. Working for creative agency Stinkdigital alongside 3 other designers, Berd created a very unusual music machine. This machine turns tweets into typographic music videos that will react to music. Fun! You can try it by clicking on this link: https://made-of-music.com/464115579100872705. A sample of the resulting musical art is shown as part of Berd’s portfolio on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/96694071. Enjoy this very creative experiment…

First Time Renderfarm

Eugene Opperman over at www.musecreative.net has taken the time to outline how a render farm works with Cinema4D and how Renderfeed can quickly and easily get your projects rendered in THIS blog post. His view point is that of a first time user and offers some tips and tricks to get your projects up and running smoothly.

Go check out the rest of his stuff at www.musecreative.net , a really good resource for all things mograph!

By |May 9th, 2012|Categories: Articles, Advanced Render, Rendering, Workflow|0 Comments

RENDERFEED ARTIST PROFILE – MARC URTASUN

Renderfeed: Tell us a little bit about yourself and about your life as a designer in Barcelona!

(Marc) Hello everyone, my name is Marc Urtasun. First of all I would like to congratulate Renderfeed on their artist interviews; this is a great initiative!

I am 23 years old and I currently live and work in Barcelona, Spain. I just finished my college degree, but I’ve worked as a freelance designer for practically a year now. I am passionate about everything related to design and particularly about the 3D world, because of the infinite creative possibilities it offers.

What I like best about this job is that there is always something new to learn. I consider myself a very inquisitive and curious person who likes to explore and find new artistic references and artists to get inspired by.

Renderfeed: What type of work do you specialize in?

(Marc) I am currently focusing on motion graphics and 3D design. As mentioned I only recently started doing this professionally and I have been trying to balance my professional work with my college assignments.

Renderfeed: Did you attend any classes in college that helped prepare you to become the artist that you are today?

(Marc) I studied multimedia at CITM (Centro de la Imagen y la Tecnología Multimedia) in Barcelona, Spain. I tried to not miss any of my classes and lectures, but to be honest many of the things I learned aren’t really that useful for the work I do now. University simply shows you the tools and with any luck you find a good professor, but I think I learned much more at home, spending time in front of my computer.

There is a lot of information online in the areas of 3D, design, video […]

By |July 28th, 2014|Categories: Artist, Articles, Rendering, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Chat and Cinema 4D Quick Tips by EJ Hassenfratz from Eyedesyn.com

We sat down with Emmy award winning motion designer EJ Hassenfratz, a well-known member of the online Cinema 4D community who has extensive and varied experience in the motion graphics industry.

EJ runs his own freelance business, eyedesyn. In addition to being a Lynda.com Cinema 4D course author, he frequently works for MAXON, representing them at trade shows, user groups, and beta testing CINEMA 4D.

Thanks again EJ for providing us with some useful C4D quick tips on Vine and for patiently answering our many questions!

Renderfeed: EJ, how did you start out in motion graphics? Was this your childhood dream or did you decide to go into motion graphics later in life?

(EJ) Thanks for having me! My background in motion graphics is unique I’d say. I know a lot of designers who wanted to become a designer after being inspired by an artist or seeing some amazing graphics piece in a movie or on TV. My main inspiration to become a motion graphics artist was mainly through my dad and my uncle. Both are amazing graphic designers and art directors, so growing up my dad would take me to his work in the graphics department and I’d be sitting there messing around drawing on the Quantel Paintbox. I would draw a ton and never really got into Photoshop or After Effects until college, really. My dad gave me my first internship at his TV station he worked for and I just tried to soak up all the knowledge I could considering my major was in Fine Arts, I never learned After Effects or any 3D in college so I’m 100% self taught in motion graphics.

Renderfeed: Your background is primarily in broadcasting – how is this helping you […]

By |July 15th, 2014|Categories: Design, Articles, Portfolio, Advanced Render, Rendering, Tutorials|0 Comments

Renderfeed Artist Profile – Chaotic Atmospheres

Renderfeed: Tell me a little bit about yourself and about your life as a designer in Geneva!

(Istvan) I started my career as a graphic designer: After completing my college education, I joined college friends of mine who had started their own graphic design studio. I ended up working for them for five years. But after so much time working for someone else, I started to feel as if I was “dissolving” my own universe and style. I was deeply implicated in every project I was working on, but had no control over any of the projects because they were not really mine. So, one day, I decided to take a break, to go free-lance and to rediscover my own style. It’s strange, but I don’t even remember which specific event led me to this decision!

Right now I’d define myself as a digital artist rather than as a graphic designer, even if the work is similar. I work anywhere between twelve to fifteen hours per day on my computer. So my “working” life is closely related to my online life.

Outside of that, in Geneva, I’ve got my family, my friends, my “normal” life. My neighbors don’t know about my work (and nobody calls me “Istvan” because that’s not my real name).

Renderfeed: Your work is very unique. There is a strong influence of mathematics and poetry in it. Can you explain what inspired you to develop such a personal style?

(Istvan) First of all, thank you! As a creative, getting a “unique” style is some sort of accomplishment (and it’s harder to be “unique” today than before the internet era). However, I never tried to have a unique style. In fact, quite the opposite happened: I used […]

By |June 23rd, 2014|Categories: Design, Artist, Fluids, Articles, Portfolio, Rendering|0 Comments