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I invited Chris Schmidt to do some more advanced tutorials for Greyscalegorilla. Please welcome him again to the site while he shows you how to Model and Rig a Hydraulic arm in Cinema 4D using Joints, Constraints and other Character Tags. Example Watch Part 2
How to Animate and Control Lights and Dynamics with Xpresso In Cinema 4D Part 1 | greyscalegorilla/blogIn this tutorial, I show you how to recreate this excellent piece by KORB for MTV . In the video, I will show you how to model and texture the bulb, set up the room, and prepare the lights for animation. Then, we will setup a basic Xpresso rig to control the dynamics and the lighting up of the bulb to go along with the music. We will also go over how to light and render the scene without GI to make it look as photo real as possible while keeping render time down. Lastly, we will hop into After Effects to do some quick compositing and add some depth of field.
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I’m so excited to have Mike “The Monkey” Senften back for another tutorial on Greyscalegorilla. In this video, Mike shows you how to set up a page turn animation in Cinema 4D using several different techniques including cloth and the bend deformer. Then, he shows you how to texture each page with a unique texture using the excellent Planesmart Plugin by Rick Barrett and Cineversity. Get Planesmart and a 30 day trial for Cineversity for only $30
This entry is part 2 of 6 in the Aleksey Voznesenski Session - Show All « Previous Next » Today’s tutorial is the first part of a brand-new two-part series by Cinema4D Xpresso wizard Aleksey Voznesenski. The main focus of the series is how to build a dynamic high-rise digital asset using C4D’s powerful Xpresso expression system, and along the way you’re sure to pick up plenty of production-ready tips!
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 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.
Time to introduce a new section of the blog where we collect and present awesome resources from all over the web. In this first one were going to cover a specific 3D application that have been becoming increasingly popular, Cinema 4D by Maxon . And one of the best places to learn Cinema 4D has got to be over at Greyscalegorilla , a great blog run by Nick Campbell a.k.a The Gorilla. Below you'll find 12 awesome video tutorials from Nick and at the very end of the post we're doing a giveaway of a bundle of Nick's two amazing light rigs for Cinema 4D: HDRI Light Kit Pro and the brand new HDRI Studio Pack !
In today’s tutorial, AntwanFX covers how to first model, then texture and finally light and render a freshly picked cherry in Cinema4D.
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Posted On: January 2, 2010 Posted In: Cinema 4D , Tutorials , Video Comments: 66 Responses