In this quick tip you learn how to convert a spline to joints, and then use those joints to control your splines.
After that i'm using a cloner to demonstrate what can be achieved.
Using the spline we created in the previous Quick Tip, we can create a paper turning effect.
To create the spline itself, watch Quick Tip 5 vimeo.com/35576272 .
(3 am right now, try not to focus on the audio :) )
In this part I'll show a well known technique of morphing one object into another inside Cinema 4D. Based on some simplest expresso coding ever it allows you to achieve the results in seconds.
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In this tutorial we'll see how to make an unfolding polygons effect to reveal a surface, using MoGraph.
I got inspired for this effect from Paul Clements' awesome "Headphones Breakdown" video.
It's a bit long, I wanted to go over as many details as possible so most user could understand and follow alone.
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