1. As usual, I am trying to find ways to use Cinema 4d without any plug ins, when possible. So, this time I watched this tutorial vimeo.com/137047379 from Niko Schatz, great stuff! where he used Magic Preview Plugin, for real time rendered preview.
    I want to share with you, a tip how to achieve same, and better result with only Cinema 4d, no plugin!
    I found a small bug in Cinema 4d, when you try to apply Interactive Render Region to the undocked view. The solution is to dock it first, apply Interactive Render Region, like in the video, and then undock it.
    Hopefully you will find this tips useful.

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  2. If you want to get professional film-like b&w from your color photos, easy and quick, then you can achieve this result by using one nice tool in Photoshop, Gradient Map. You can find this tool under Images, Adjustments.
    Make sure that you select gradient black to white. That's it!
    An important note, before you convert to b&w, your color images need to be properly adjust, for best results
    For demonstration only I took some images from Google images search, and credit for this images goes to their respected creators.
    Hopefully you will find this tip useful!

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  3. I was inspired by the previous post of demafleez vimeo.com/119239664, and tried to recreate the same model, but without use of xpresso and plug in.
    I am using plane object, instead of cylinder, and no xpresso to make squares, and finally I make use of Mirror tool to avoid plug in to duplicate top part of object.
    again, I would like to thank demafleez for the great tutorial, and hopefully you will find this tips useful, too!

    # vimeo.com/119647755 Uploaded 250 Plays 10 Comments

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