1. Lines, curvature, perspective. Using Cinema 4d to archive the effect an intesting effect in as shown in this video:

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  2. Cut / slice or displace - Whatever you wan't to call it. Let's cut stuff in Cinema 4d. In this tutorial, i am going to show you how to slice my logo. Also showing how to archive different effects with this setup.

    I always write this, but there is a lot of customization posibilites - because we are working smart and non destructive with the instance in Cinema 4D.

    Also sharing perspectives on how to archive different effects for color effects.

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    Ion displaced piece on vimeo:
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    Berd "text slice" piece on Vimeo:
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  3. Flat design motion streaks with Cinema 4d - or just cartoonish looking motion streaks, to help illustrate motion in your animation.

    The way we are setting this up will allow cinema 4D to generate them automatically when the object is moving. It's also highly customizable - how do we want the spring, the followig speed, length, thickness, max length and so on.

    I also show how to set this up with splines, so you can generate assets/resources to other projects, so we don't depend on an actual moving object in cinema 4D.

    The fix video:

    Berd's tutorial:

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  4. I'm back with yet another way to create a 2D effect in 3D fast & easy using Cinema 4D! In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to recreate the popular cel animation style paint stroke/splash effect you see in a lot of 2D animations using Cinema 4D without third party plug-ins. The workflow I'll demonstrate is super flexible and applicable to achieving a bunch of different cool 2D paint stroke looks for revealing an object, writing on text, or painting on screen.

    Watch the full tutorial & download cel animaion style paint stroke example scene file here:

    BONUS: Paint live by combining this tutorial with my tutorial on realtime animation using Cappuccino:

    In addition to this paint stroke style, be sure to check out Matteo Forghieri's C4DAPT Challenge winning entry (vimeo.com/112196771) for a really genius method on how to create a different type of streak that is produced from an actual object!

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  5. Have a sneak peek behind the scenes on how I have created the torn paper effect for the GenArts Reel Intro. The great combination of Cinema 4D and After Effects was used to achieve this effect.

    By popular demand and many people constantly asking how this was done, I have decided to record this short video and hopefully help others. Unfortunately I don't have the time to create and record a step-by-step tutorial but I hope this is still helpful and enjoyable for those that are interested in it.

    Have fun watching and animating!

    As I have received many questions about more specific details and setup info, I have decided to share my original scene file (for learning purposes only)! Please note that I have reduced the texture resolution and saved them as jpg instead of psd. Nick from Greyscalegorilla is kind enough to host the file for me :)

    You can download it here gsgshare.s3.amazonaws.com/Paper_Tear.zip

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