In the latest tutorial at Think Particle we go over how to create an endless turntable using the Xpresso module in Cinema 4D. We use the Time node, a range mapper, some simple user data, and end up with quite a useful tool to add to our tool belt.
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This is a tutorial that was made because I found out that Supertracer was no longer in public beta. Uber tracer however does seem to be available and works just as well. Hope you guys like the results these things give you :)
Disclaimer: I didn't know there was a tutorial on this prior to making it and my method is completely different. Make sure to head over to cg.tutsplus.com for some great tutorials including another method of creating this including some compositing in photoshop.
There is no audio since I wasn't in a spot I could record audio.
I made this 'cube world' scene my first time in around 10 minutes, but rendering took about 3 hours. The upsides and downsides are there, the polycount could be cleaner and could have cheated in some spots but I'm very happy with what I've got and the render times don't bother me because it's just a still image.