In this C4D tutorial I'll show you how to set up your scene to create a really sweet unfolding polygon effect. This effect is made possible with the new free Python script by Rown. You can find his overview video and the .zip download here: vimeo.com/36915151
Manny Grillo asked me if i could help him out to archive this effect. And yep, sure i can!
This is one technique to archive something like Paul Clements did in his headphone animation. This isnt exactly the technique Paul used for it (im pretty sure) but one way to archive something like that.
Maybe you can also use the morph tag for something else. Think about the possibilities!
I am back with this helloween-cg-paper-moturial-episode. Its all I find out while I do this little test (vimeo.com/30302039).
(52 minutes english) ___________________ hey, DO U notice… U can give me a ↓↓↓TIP ↓↓↓ if U like the Tutorial?!
- paper like C4D material
- prepare / modeling a soon to be foldet 3D model
- the "magic" folding itself =)
- how U can give simple non interpolated animations more dynamik touch
- additional handcrafted cg-paperfolding
In this first tutorial I am covering Cinema4D’s Inheritance Effector. I never really used this effector mainly because I didn’t understand what it does and never really felt the need to find out either stupidly. After seeing David Lewandowski’s Siggraph presentation for Maxon, I was blown away by all the crazy stuff he uses the Inheritance Effector for and challenged myself to recreate some of his project files. Whilst doing that I learned so many new things and felt the need to share all that with the rest of you guys. So yeah … this is fairly quick but hopefully useful to some of you guys.