Build and customize cities and neighborhoods with one click for your project, while saving hours of Modeling and Rendering.
CityKit builds realistic looking cities in CINEMA 4D with a click of a button. Customize your CityKit with your own buildings, settings and sizes.
Need a custom city model in Cinema 4D? Look no further. City Kit was designed from the ground up to give you full control over your city. Choose what types of buildings you need, their spacing, how big the downtown area is. Add your own unique buildings to the city and use our Light Rigs that are included to give you easy city-wide lighting Day or Night.
Shape city rig for stylized looks
Control the size and shape of your city
Daylight lighting rigs included for great looking lighting
Downtown falloff to give you control
Replace any building or block with your own creation
“NO HASSLE LICENSE” No waiting for authorization codes, you download, install, and go.
50 Building Types Included
Day Night Time – City Rigs
City Shape Rigs and Presets – put a city on any shape
Daylight Lighting Presets help create great looking cities fast.
10 Ready-to-Render City Presets to get a head start on your next project.
Hours of training and tutorials to get the most out of City Kit.
What’s new in City Kit v1.2?
CityKit 1.2 is updated and optimized for CINEMA 4D R13, but of course it still works great with verison 11.5 and above. It features the new “Shape City” rig which allows you to place a city on any shape creating city-scapes never imagines in real life. v1.2 also features a new “Blue Sky” lighting preset and the new City Shape Presets that are ready-to-render versions of the new City Shape rigs. Some of the new presets can be seen below.
Maxon Cinema 4D 11.5, and above, including R21 & S22.
City Kit requires Cinema 4D version 11.5 and above, the Advanced Render Module (presets only) and the Mograph Module. If you’re running Cinema 4D Version 12, you need Broadcast Edition or Studio Edition.
*Please Note: GSG Products do not support ProRender
In this quick tutorial, Chris shows you how to add some effectors to City Kit so you can focus in on just a few buildings, and then zoom around the city. A similar effect was used to make part of Iron Man’s heads up display. Keep an eye out in the future for a follow up where we push this effect even further!