|Tattered Cloth In Cinema4D – Day 1 |
Posted in Cinema 4D > Special Effects by tutorialgrub on Jan 22, 2011
In this tutorial I’ll be sharing some of my techniques for creating tattered cloth using Maxon Cinema 4D. We will learn how to create this effect by making a flag simulation using the power of C4D’s Spline and Boole tools.
|Making of Home in Desert|
Posted in Cinema 4D > Modelling by tutorialgrub on Jan 19, 2011
This work shows the back of a house that has withstood the time, full of debris that tells the story trying to recreate some...
|Create an Abstract Scene using C4D & AE – Scene Creation |
Posted in Cinema 4D > Special Effects by tutorialgrub on Jan 08, 2011
Abstract scenes are fairly common these days, however there is no denying their usefulness when it comes to learning animating, rendering and compositing techniques. In this brand new, two-part tutorial, C4D artist Benoit Lavoie-Lamer shows us how to create a amazing-looking (yet strikingly simple) abstract scene, by first creating the scene in Cinema 4D and then heading into After effects for the final compositing
|Tattered Cloth In Cinema4D – Day 2 |
Posted in Cinema 4D > Special Effects by tutorialgrub on Jan 06, 2011
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!
|Create a Dynamic Building Asset Using Cinema 4D’s Xpresso – Day 2 |
Posted in Cinema 4D > Plugins by tutorialgrub on Jan 03, 2011
Today Cinema4D master Aleksey Voznesenski is back with the final part of his exclusive two-part series, focusing on creating a dynamic high-rise building asset in Cinem4D using the powerful Xpresso expression system. Speed up your work flow by harnessing the power of this amazing, fast and flexible system!
|Making of Lighthouse|
Posted in Cinema 4D > Modelling by tutorialgrub on Jan 02, 2011
Some time ago artist saw some paintings in the background and he was fascinated by the sensations that many of them passed
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