1. A breakdown of the steps taken to create a neon sign in Cinema 4D and composite in After Effects.
    This tutorial is based on the amazing work by Rizon Parein, king of 3d typography.

    # vimeo.com/78883460 Uploaded 79.3K Plays 48 Comments
  2. This video show how to make a grapevine with Easy Ivy Cinema 4D plugin

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  3. This is a little crash course in rigging a character with an undulating tail similar to these videos:


    Here's the scene file with rigged and unrigged versions for you to dissect and practice with!

    Part 2 can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUeY1HMXvFM

    questions? ask me on twitter: @demafleez

    Thanks for watching

    # vimeo.com/79114673 Uploaded 26.3K Plays 41 Comments
  4. In this tutorial I'll show you a quick tip for using the align to spline tag in conjunction with the spline rail. It's a really important tip if you're having trouble having an item travel along a path while having the correct rotation.
    For more free training and resources go to thepixellab.net

    # vimeo.com/76530566 Uploaded 13.2K Plays 7 Comments
  5. Hi all,

    this is a bit of a rambling video but I hope you find it useful.
    I was working on an ident recently where I needed some geometry to have an undulating surface and when it was done a few people asked how I had done it.

    It's a pretty simple technique and probably obvious to some but if you don't use deformers much this might help you to get experimenting.

    Something I should have mentioned in the video is to try experimenting with different noises and scale, as you will get very different results.

    If you want to see my cineware technique leave a comment and I'll see how popular an idea it is.

    # vimeo.com/73957491 Uploaded

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