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Hi Elliott, This is a great breakdown and very generous in sharing your process and insights, you came a long way from the vending machine days!
Are you planning on releasing the UE4 project to the public? Or only builds? I'd love to play around with it in the editor if possible!
MAXON, the team behind Cinema 4D, announced the release of an entirely new way to design and work with 3D content called Cineware for Illustrator. The new plugin allows designers to import any C4D project and tweak the camera, lights, textures and objects themselves directly within Adobe Illustrator CC. 2D artists who lack essential 3D skills can interact with the models and make these adjustments directly from within Illustrator.
Here at TurboSquid, we’re big believers in projects that help grow the overall market for 3D and get even more people to experience the joys of designing with 3D. Cineware for Illustrator is exactly that type of project, so we’ve partnered with MAXON to help their users get started as quickly as possible. While we have over 100,000 paid and free Cinema 4D models available, we wanted to give Illustrator users that were new to 3D a seamless experience with the new plugin. Together with MAXON, we’ve curated a selection of several free and premium 3D models that are perfect to use when test driving Cineware for Illustrator. We chose some product packaging models that we think designers will love and we have both individual models and bundled collections available for download.
What is more, you can now get Cineware for Illustrator without any charges for a limited time.