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Modeling a pen
Modeling a pen
In this tutorial I will show you how to make a pencil (which has lead, a wooden part, an eraser and a golden part). This is a tutorial for the very beginner, in which I will show you, step by step, where are the particular parts and components of the application.
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Cinema 4D - Animation of Text with Sweep Nurbs
Cinema 4D - Animation of Text with Sweep Nurbs
How to create an opening using 3D text made with the Sweep Nurbs.
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Easy Transparent Background on any Render - An easy way to open your render in PS
Easy Transparent Background on any Render - An easy way to open your render in PS
Easy Transparent Background on any Render - An easy way to open your render in PS
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Simple pen 3D model
Simple pen 3D model
Learn how to create a simple but nice looking pen model
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Simple pen in Cinema 4D
Simple pen in Cinema 4D
This tutorial shows you how to create a simple pen. The colors on the materials can be changed to your own choice.
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Advanced Abstract Modelling
Advanced Abstract Modelling
Simple C4D abstracting techniques usually involve the 'matrix exclude' function, although the results can all look similar. So, what can be done when you want to create something rather unique, yet not spend forever playing around with Cinema4D's settings? Read on and be enlightened!
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Extruding a Spline to Create an Object
Extruding a Spline to Create an Object
Extrusion creates a solid object by pushing a spline or 2D profile along the axis perpendicular to the surface of the shape. It is just like the old playdough factory - - choose a shape and push the clay through the hole.
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Abstract Modelling
Abstract Modelling
Abstracts have continued to be the most popular genre of wallpaper images for the last several years. Until very recently the techniques behind their creation were complex and required expensive software. Using Cinema 4D, however, it is possible to create very detailed abstract objects in a very short time, using normal in-built functionality and a little creative thinking.
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