Welcome to our free 3d model archive. Each of these assets is in a Cinema 4d scene file that comes pre-lit.

The idea is to help newbie’s to C4D with some free scene files so they can practice shading, rendering, and lighting. Included in the scene file is a lighting set-up that you can tweak or deconstruct.

If you want to contribute a free model & lighting scene to the archive that others can use please reach out to [email protected] and we’ll get your cinema 4d model added to the archive.

If you make an animation with either rig tag us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @MoGraphMentor.

We are still in the process of building up the archive and will be adding more in the future. The first scene is a diner mug, modeled and lit by Michael Jones.

The lighting in the scene is being done by a sky object that contains a material with luminance. This creates an easy light source for Global Illumination to use. Also, you’ll see several accents lights to push the highlights and reflection of the mug material.

The second scene is a pipe, modeled and lit by Michael Jones.

This scene file could be useful to play with becuase the model comes with texture tags that allow you to play with the shaders on the pipe. The scene does come with a simple lighting set-up that is built for the standard render engine, using Global Illumination.

This scene file has some interesting wood and metallic textures you can deconstruct and manipulate.

The goal is just to provide free 3d models and scene files to new Cinema 4d users so they have scenes they can practice with.

If you want to contribute a free model and lighting scene to the archive that others can use please reach out to [email protected] and we’ll get your cinema 4d scene file added to the archive.

If you make a rendered image with a model tag us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @MoGraphMentor.

Enjoy and happy rendering!!

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C4D Scene File Archive

These free 3d models are intended for beginners who want to practice with Cinema 4d. Having some free 3d models is a nice jump start to practice texturing, lighting and rendering.

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