In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a nice looking, glossy 3D smartphone battery icon using Cinema 4D. You'll start by creating the battery model using some simple parametric primitives and then learn how to create some shaders to make it look nice and shiny. Finally, you'll learn how to light the scene and render things out.
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