Right now, as a Cinema 4D user you can add modo to your pipeline for $695—that's $200 off the regular retail price. Just type in the coupon code modoffer during checkout to have the discount applied. This is a time limited offer. See other 3D software covered by this offer.
Today many artists are assembling a set of world class content creation tools and then using the combination of them for maximum advantage. You already know the power of Cinema 4D… consider adding modo to your Mac or PC. Many people find modeling with modo to be faster, particularly when tackling organic shapes. And we think you’ll find the UV editing power of modo to be best in class. Need super fast global illumination? One more thing, it's
easy to get comfortable in modo - you can even configure modo to
navigate just like Cinema 4D.
We have assembled some examples below to give you a hint as to how other artists and designers have added modo to their Cinema 4D workflow to create a combination that leverages the best of both packages.
Barry Croucher was contracted to produce an image of this Australian Cockroach for a well known publication, and so he modeled it up using modo. He then UV’d it in modo and applied materials. Next he rendered his subject separately as a body and wings. This was followed by some post work in Photoshop where he added the face markings and antennae and composited in the wings (which were basically unretouched modo renders). When he needed a “CG” look, Barry transferred the file via the .OBJ format to Cinema 4D for a super clean wireframe render. Nice job!
See what the modo community reaction was to this image here.
Giulio Zanardi does 3D architectural visualizations for his company in Italy. Giulio turned to modo and Cinema 4D for this reconstruction of a mountain chalet in in the village of Tirivel in the Aosta region of Northern Italy. A brand new design was modeled in modo and then rendered in Cinema 4D. On his website, he has some amazing before and after images of this gorgeous project. Fantastico!