1. 3DBoom.net

    MicroTips Series.

    In this video I will show how to connect to points of any object together using Xpresso. You can use this technique in may various ways to create different effects.

    twitter.com/alex3dfx - be the 1st to know when something cool comes out! ;)

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  2. In this Cinema 4D tutorial we will learn a workaround for controlling multiple objects' parameters using Xpresso and MoGraph.
    The setup is not difficult, but it's really cool.
    If you're not using xpresso that much, it should also help to provide some basic foundations to get you started.

    You can find the final project file here: dl.dropbox.com/u/14537088/mograph_ud_0001.c4d.zip

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  3. Working with building and rigging a character for animation with Cinema 4D's (r14) native Character Animation Components, CMotion then importing the walk cycle in Unity 3.5.

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  4. This is another attempt to perfect a blender tutorial I watched many moons ago, this was done in cinema 4D.
    The modelling in blender was using the array tool, though this does not work in cinema quite the same way. the basic tutorial is easy to understand. Using C4D's symmetry and array tool's for the wheel. The tyre same general rules for modelling however I extruded from the pattern rather than creating faces, please note if you do not want to have problems extruding the tyre wall I suggest extruding that first before the tyre pattern, this will ensure your mesh travels in the same direction apply the symmetry object to complete both sides of the tyre, then use the clone tool. This is to your own preference but i created approximately 54 clones then used the bend deformer scaled to approximately 1 clone rotated 90˚ with a bend strength of 6.945˚ ensure you close the gap as closely as you can once you have achieved your tyre shape add a quick matt black with specular activated, you will notice distortions in the tyre wall, to eradicate this simply select current state to object and then run optimise, re render will now show a smooth outer tyre p.s don't forget to hide the old one
    tutorials are here By Andrew Price. Car Tyre vimeo.com/4415254 Car Rim vimeo.com/4422320 enjoy don't forget to thank him

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  5. A timelapse video of a Camera Matching test session in Cinema 4D R14.

    Music: "As Colorful As Ever" by Broke For Free (brokeforfree.com/)

    P.S. I had to re-upload due to malfunctions of Vimeo's "Enhancer".

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