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Godfrey Meyer III -aka- GM3
Godfrey is an all around artist from music to paintings to virtual realty worlds. He explores multiple avenues of 3D applications but started his love for the 3D world with Cinema 4D.
Creating hundreds of Logo Intros and thousands of soundtracks, he develop an working recording studio in VR using Cinema 4D & Unity. He now develops multiple VR Worlds with the assistance of C4D and other 3D Software.
Rick Ellis is a Cinema 4D artist who began his career on cruise ships. Life at sea remains a key subject of his work.
Some of his experiences include several Pacific and Atlantic crossings, the Panama Canal, Mediterranean, Baltic, several dry docks and a new build. He is active in helping to save and preserve the ocean liner SS United States.
Beeple is Mike Winkelmann, a graphic designer from Charleston, SC, USA who does a variety of digital artwork including short films, Creative Commons VJ loops, everydays and VR / AR work.
After he began releasing a set of widely used Creative Commons VJ loops he has worked on concert visuals for Justin Bieber, One Direction, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, Zedd, deadmau5 and many more.
Stino San is a self taught 3D artist who started using Cinema 4D about a decade ago.
After working in post production and motion graphics he now mainly focusses on crafting images and creating 3D assets.
He loves traveling and often explores Japanese aesthetics in his personal work.
Ace 5 Studios
Aleksey Voznesenski is your Cinema 4d Freelancer. He mostly assist other professionals in the vfx/mograph/video industry. He doesn’t work with direct clients, but just helps other artists get stuff done.
So if you do video and need some 3D animation in your project or you do 3D animation, but your current project is a bit more than you can handle, or you’re simply running out of time… Aleksey is your guy to go to.
3D Fluff offers the highest quality and easiest to follow Cinema 4D tutorials and videos for Cinema 4D available anywhere on the internet. With over 20 years of experience, they are well aware of what people struggle with the most.
Their training videos are specifically crafted to guide you through the tools you will need, and show you how to get great looking images and animations with the lowest render times.