Cinema 4D tutorials
Here is an interesting tutorial by motionsquared in wich you'll learn how to map a texture onto a 3D logo inside of Cinema 4D. Sounds easy but it's actually quite tricky. Check it out here:
Lawrence Black is already back with a new Cinema 4D tutorial. In this tutorial you'll learn how to animate object along a spline inside of Cinema 4D. Here it is:
In this new tutorial by Lawrence Black you'll learn how to use the polygon reduction tool to make a low-poly landscape in Cinema 4D. He will then texture it in a cool abstract futuristic set. Have a look:
It's the holidays but there's still plenty to learn out there. In this tutorial Nick Campbell from Greyscalegorilla will show you how to fill up an object with clones in Cinema 4D. Very interesting, check it out: FillObjectWithClones from Greyscalegorilla on Vimeo.
Chris Schmidt from greyscalegorilla is revisiting an old advanced tutorial where he'll show you the whole process the model and rig a robotic arm in Cinema 4D. See it here: ROBOT ARM CHARACTER RIGGING TUTORIAL PART 1 from Greyscalegorilla on Vimeo. ROBOT ARM CHARACTER RIGGING TUTORIAL PART 2 from Greyscalegorilla on Vimeo.
If you're new to Cinema 4D you might not know much about the 3rd party plug-in X-Particles. In this tutorial Nick Campbell from Greyscalegorilla is gonna show you how to start using the plug-in. Check it out: Intro To X-Particles from Greyscalegorilla on Vimeo.
Sean Frangella is back again with a brand new Cinema 4D tutorial. Here, you will learn how to fracture a building or any object using Thraussi. Check it out:
Nick from GreyScaleGorilla has a new Cinema 4D tutorial for us. In this small but very interesting tutorial, he'll teach you the importance in choosing the right focal length for your Cinema 4D cameras. Check it out here: Choosing The Correct Focal Length In Cinema 4D Cameras from Greyscalegorilla on Vimeo.