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Using Sound Effector to Create Animations in Cinema 4D – Basix
Using Sound Effector to Create Animations in Cinema 4D – Basix
Sound effector is a tool of the Mograph module in Cinema 4D that you can use to create animations which are perfectly matched to a sound or musical score. Through this tutorial you are going to learn how to use sound effector as well as its fine-tune function. We will also use Adobe After Effects to blend the animation that was exported from Cinema 4D with the sound track to make our final composition.
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Create a Dynamic Marble Simulation using Mograph in Cinema 4D
Create a Dynamic Marble Simulation using Mograph in Cinema 4D
In this beginner/ intermediate level Cinema 4D tutorial, you will learn how to use a particle emitter and gravity from the Mograph module to create a dynamic simulation of marbles falling into a glass bowl. You will also learn a technique on how to make more glass look more convincing from the basic banji shader, and how to light your scene with global illumination.
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Create an Absract Furry Eye Scene using Cinema 4D
Create an Absract Furry Eye Scene using Cinema 4D
In this intermediate to advanced level tutorial you will learn to use primitives, SweepNurbs, complex materials, and the hair module to create this very interesting abstract Eye with Hair. Using Advanced Render to create a sharp and convincing final image will also be discussed.
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Creating Mushroom in Cinema 4D-Polygon Modeling
Creating Mushroom in Cinema 4D-Polygon Modeling
In this quick tutorial I'll show you how to create a mushroom with POLYGON modeling and HyperNURBS. This is so simple and it will take you about 2 minutes.
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Create Convincing Looking Clouds using Pyrocluster in Cinema 4D
Create Convincing Looking Clouds using Pyrocluster in Cinema 4D
This tutorial will demonstrate the ease and versatility with which you can create convincing looking gas effects using Cinema 4Dís Pyrocluster. You will learn how to optimize your scene and tune it to your own visual tastes, while focusing on creating realistic clouds as the subject matter. The basic techniques, however, can be applied to a variety of different scenarios and effects.
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Using Depth of Field with VRay in Cinema 4D
Using Depth of Field with VRay in Cinema 4D
Using the DOF effect in Cinema 4D can be a little tricky for beginners, and it was no different for me when I had just started using VRay. So Iíve prepared this tutorial to show you how easy it can be once you understand the fundamentals. Creating a scene lighting setup from scratch, and using object based lighting techniques will also be covered.
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Create an Abstract Disco Ball Scene with Cinema 4D
Create an Abstract Disco Ball Scene with Cinema 4D
In this tutorial you will discover how easy it can be to create compelling abstract CG images with Cinema 4D. Follow along as Konstantin Muromtsev demonstrates how he created his animated Disco Ball scene, using primitives, structure tools, the Mograph Cloner object, and random effectors. Adding post effects like Caustics and Glow, and rendering the scene with Advanced Render will also be discussed.
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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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Cinema 4D Dominos
Cinema 4D Dominos
In this tutorial i'll be showing you some Mograph 2 basics, demonstrating how to make a dominos scene. In order to be able to follow along you WILL need MoGraph 2!
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3d Text Reform
3d Text Reform
In this tutorial I go into the principles of breaking apart or reforming a 3d object or text from a swarm of particles in Cinema 4d. I use the Mograph 2 module to form some text progressively from a load of smaller chaotic objects flying about. Iíve covered all the key steps to get a setup going but havenít gone too far into producing a polished product in the tutorial because itís one of those that really benefits from you having a play with some of the effectors and parameters to make something special. So enjoy and hope you make some cool stuff with it, hook me up with some links when you do would be good to see what you get going!
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Model a Mac 10 in Cinema 4D
Model a Mac 10 in Cinema 4D
earn how to model the infamous drive by shooter! the Mac 10 in Cinema 4D. The video tutorial will show you step by step how to create this naughty weapon of choice for all your homeboy's.
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Space Cat Character-Poly Modeling and HyperNURBS
Space Cat Character-Poly Modeling and HyperNURBS
This is the Second Video from http://www.4dfrog.com. In this short video I'm going to show how to create a space cat character using Low Poly and HyperNURBS. I'm trying to have simple short video tutorials.
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Space Octopus-Creating a Simple Character Using Box Modeling and HyperNURBS
Space Octopus-Creating a Simple Character Using Box Modeling and HyperNURBS
In this simple video tutorial, I'm going to show you how to low poly model a space octopus with HyperNURBS in cinema 4D. In this simple method you will learn to create a little character very quick. This video brought to you by 4DFrog.com
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Create a Jumping Lamp Animation in C4D
Create a Jumping Lamp Animation in C4D
This tutorial is a relatively quick overview of setting up a scene with a rigged animated object in Cinema4D. Although it should be simple to follow along to anyone with a basic knowledge of Cinema 4D, this tutorial is mainly aimed at artists migrating to Cinema4D from another package.
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An Introduction to Caustics in Cinema 4D
An Introduction to Caustics in Cinema 4D
Caustics refers to the mathematical equations that describe how light converges in nature, such as the effect that is seen at the bottom of pools and lakes when light passes through the surface of the water. Cinema 4D can perform both surface and volume caustics. In this tutorial, you will learn how surface caustics can be used to create a pool with a floating translucent orb, and volume caustics can be applied to demonstrate a stained glass effect. Render settings, and time savers will also be discussed.
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