Every boy when he’s growing up, discovers the pleasure he can experience by himself, or with a friend sometimes, in the bedroom.
Getting lost in a magical world filled with excitement, and no matter how sore his thumbs get, he’ll push on, hoping to get to the next level.
What are we talking about, video games of course!
We’ve all got our favourite video game, whether it’s a 16bit stone-age classic, or the latest console and Halo combo. Whether you prefer to be the villain or the hero, it doesn’t matter.
Using their favourite video game character as inspiration, designers and animators from around the globe played along in this month’s CubePong and got down to some serious gaming skills. From the classics to modern touch screen games, this CubePong proved to be one of the best one’s yet.
Be sure to follow this month’s animators and designers on twitter, they are: @c4dweekly,@BitterBeanChris, @Wvdkamp, @BrankoVlahov, @vudumotion, @robleger,@industriousind, @cblaylock, @RagingClaw, @eugeneopperman, @risingpixels
As always Renderfeed.net rose above and beyond to provide us with effortless rendering. Be sure to check them out for your next Cinema 4D render needs.
The open Cinema 4D file for this month’s CubePong is available to download on the cubepong.net website.