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Cinema 4D Spline Dynamics Tag
Cinema 4D Spline Dynamics Tag
How to add a spline dynamics tag to a spline in order to make a sweepnurbs object flexible.
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Tattered Cloth In Cinema4D – Day 2
Tattered Cloth In Cinema4D – Day 2
Today Tony Rivera is back with the final part of his Tattered Cloth In Cinema4D tutorial. In Day 2, Tony continues to refine the flag’s overall look by adding additional details, as well as setting up the cloth simulation, materials, lighting and render settings. Let’s take a look!
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Learn How to Control MoSplines in Cinema4D
Learn How to Control MoSplines in Cinema4D
In today’s tutorial, Dogocan Bilgili walks us through how to take advantage of the MoSpline module in Cinema4D to add animated curves to your projects. Let’s take a look!
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Creating 3D text
Creating 3D text
Tutorial Guide, the best help you can get to find Cinema 4D tutorials! ... 4. Just add some materials to the extrude nurbs (not the text) then youre done! ...
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Create a High Rez Clank Model in Cinema 4D – Day 1
Create a High Rez Clank Model in Cinema 4D – Day 1
Clinton Jones will demonstrate how to model his version of Clank, from the hit PlayStation game Ratchet and Clank, using Cinema 4D. You will learn many different techniques, from the basic steps needed to model the head and body, to the more complicated functions needed to add some pretty serious detail to stay true to the character.
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Texture a Terrain in Cinema 4D
Texture a Terrain in Cinema 4D
This tutorial examines how to texture a terrain with horizontal striations in addition to a rocky material. Cinema 4D is used for this tutorial, but the principles are standard and will apply to nearly any 3D environment.
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Seamlessly Blend 3d Typography with a Photo using Cinema 4D and Photoshop
Seamlessly Blend 3d Typography with a Photo using Cinema 4D and Photoshop
Seamlessly blending 3d elements with photographs or video footage is a technique that is often used in television, film, and commercial applications. In this tutorial you will to learn how to composite 3d typography with photo reference using Cinema 4D and Photoshop. We will begin by using Photoshop to adjust some parameters such as contrast, brightness, levels, curves, and sharpness, and then finally import the file into Cinema 4D to add the 3d type.
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Create a Gorgeous Abstract Greeble Scene in Cinema 4D
Create a Gorgeous Abstract Greeble Scene in Cinema 4D
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a complex (around 600,000 polygons) abstract Greeble scene without getting into too much modeling. Loft NURBS, Sweep NURBS, Formula object, Structure tools, and Visible light will be used to create the scene, and Advanced Render will be applied to generate the final image. You will also learn some cool tricks on how to tweak the final rendered image, by modifying the visible light, and adding glare and depth of field in Photoshop.
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Create an Abstract Armored Sphere Scene in Cinema 4D
Create an Abstract Armored Sphere Scene in Cinema 4D
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a complex abstract Armored Sphere scene in Cinema 4D. You will use structure tools (such as Extrude and Extrude Inner), HyperNURBS, and the Danel shader to create the scene, and then render it with Advanced Render, and finally add some depth of field in Photoshop.
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Create a Realistic Subway Station Scene using Cinema 4D and After Effects
Create a Realistic Subway Station Scene using Cinema 4D and After Effects
First, we'll use Cinema 4D to craft a subway car using a few basic primitive shapes, while adding detail with Sweep, Extrude, and Loft NURBS elements. Then, we'll texture and light our car to create a realistic look, and allow our CG car to blend in with our real subway environment.
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Creating a Renderer using a VideoPost plugin
Creating a Renderer using a VideoPost plugin
In this tutorial we will be setting up the basic framework for rendering images to the viewport in Cinema4D. And to test this we will be creating a VideoPost plugin that will add a new renderer, our renderer, to the list of available renderers in Cinema4D. We will then set the renderer to simply color the entire viewport red.
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Creating a Renderer using a VideoPost plugin
Creating a Renderer using a VideoPost plugin
In this tutorial we will be setting up the basic framework for rendering images to the viewport in Cinema4D. And to test this we will be creating a VideoPost plugin that will add a new renderer, our renderer, to the list of available renderers in Cinema4D. We will then set the renderer to simply color the entire viewport red.
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How to Make a Wireframe Render
How to Make a Wireframe Render
This tutorial will teach you how to render a wireframe version of your object in Cinema 4D. A couple benefits of rendering a wireframe version is that it will help you see if your mesh flows, and it is also a way to showcase polygon use. An added benefit is to use it in artwork for a little something extra in your piece. For more great tutorials, visit http://infernodevelopment.com
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Stochastic Render
Stochastic Render
This tutorial is a simple way to add a lot or realism to you render using cinema 4D Global illumination feature.
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Using Clothilde Tags Part 3 - Adding clothes to your character!
Using Clothilde Tags Part 3 - Adding clothes to your character!
Using Clothilde Tags Part 3 - Adding clothes to your character!
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