1. You know I like me some text tutorials! Here's another one where I'll teach you how to recreate a wood block or cast metal embossed type style and create it procedurally so it is easily edited and iterated without having to create a bump channel map for every letter or ever leaving Cinema 4D for Photoshop. Using this workflow, it's possible to perfect the look of one type block and use it as a template for the other type blocks you need for your scene by simply duplicating it and changing the shape of the block and the letter or font.

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  2. How to make a dynamic spider web in C4D

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  3. Unraveling the world of UVs. There is a lot to know about working with UVs, and I don't know it all. But I try and explain enough for the average user to start working with it! Also I model a piggy bank.

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  4. I made 30 groups of particles, for each group setup own PShape with material (30 mat, 30 object, 30 TPgroup). And change group depending there speed. If you dont understood you should watch video.

    Test vimeo.com/37117453

    0:22 - Setup simple emitter
    3:05 - Control Scale depending on velocity.
    5:30 - Convert Velocity(Vector) to Speed(real)
    11:00 - Apply colors from image on mat.
    16:40 - Setup xpresso for color changer.
    22:10 - Making of "Liquid test 1".

    I hope this was helpful!

    UPD: The easier way vimeo.com/37117453#comment_6684731
    UPD 2: Easiest way to colorize particles based on velocity plugins4cinema4d.com/pshade.html

    Also check out other tutorials on my web site philipppavlov.com/tutorials

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  5. 4 quick tips in one, no so quick video.

    Covers an update on my old tutorial
    Delete without children
    Using the Xpresso python node
    Find the center of 2 points with a range mapper

    Heres the link to the old tutorial

    And a link to the thread for the python bit

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