New tutorial for cinema4d - How to model a japanese lamp with loft nurbs, also quick tip on how to texture it with BP UV edit, and make the exact texture for the model with photoshop.
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In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can find a very handy use for the often ignored Cinema 4D Mospline object. In this instance, we'll use Mospline to create and animate an umbrella! First I'll set up our umbrella using a few Mosplines and a Loft Object. Next, we'll animate our umbrella using a Pose Morph tag. If you're not familiar with Pose Morph, be sure to check out my tutorial on how powerful it is (eyedesyn.com/tutorials/using-the-pose-morph-tag-to-morph-between-objects-in-cinema-4d/)! Finally, I'll show off some fun options inside Mosplines like the ability to have Mosplines be affected by particle forces like Turbulence and Wind.
If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching!
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In this advanced tutorial, Mocha Product Manager Martin Brennand takes you through a quick clean plate technique that greatly improves render performance in the Remove Module.
For general Remove Module performance improvements, we recommend checking out this tutorial: vimeo.com/210584995
The Remove Module is found in Mocha Pro and Mocha VR. Both available as standalone applications and as plug-ins for Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Avid and OFX (Nuke,Fusion,Vegas Pro). FOr more information or a free trial, visit: imagineersystems.com/