1. More at ratemyfuneral.com - In this Cinema 4D tutorial we go through creating a cool text effect where the glass front is separate from the hollow plastic backing. We have a look at a bit of simple Xpresso which enables really easy changes to the text. Next we light the scene and put the bolts and screw holes in.

    I can now add that the creator of the original image is Jon Buckly and his site is jonbuckley.com

    Please leave me feedback and I'd love to see your creations!

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  2. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can easily create bubble or balloon type inside of Cinema 4D. We will start off by using a MoText object and turn it into fun, bubbly, cartoony type! Then I'll show you how you can take it even further by using Soft Body Dynamics Pressure settings to make it look like your type is inflating or even deflating like a balloon. If you have any questions, be sure to hit me in the comments below! Have fun and if you make something with this technique, be sure to share it! Enjoy!

    Be sure to check out my lynda.com course where I show you how to animate this type of cartoony balloon type using Jiggle Deformers in Cinema 4D!


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  3. The Inheritance Effector is probably one of the most underrated and underutilized effectors in the effector menu - and it's probably one of my favorite effectors to mess around with! In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can easily create particle simulation morph-type animations using only the Mograph Module, Effectors, and Dynamics. Using a combination of the super powerful Inheritance Effector and other Mograph Effectors and Deformers, you can achieve close to the same effect as an Emitter, Thinking Particles, or X-Particles as a simpler alternative in your normal workflow without having to touch Xpresso or learn some new particle system or buy plug-ins.

    Here is what I created using this technique:

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    Today I will show you how to set up an particle system which will works with the new MoGraph2 dynamics to create falling cubes. We are using the new version of Cinema 4D 11.5 for that.
    If you have the particle/dynamics set up in the way I did it in the tutorial you are able to use almost every object as an particle.

    I tried to achieve that effects with the previous version of Cinema 4D but failed because of the old dynamics system. I did some test with Thinking Particles and that's the way to do it if you're not calling 11.5 your own or if you need more control over your particles. If you know any other way or if you are an expert in Thinking Particles let us know in the comments below.

    Take a closer look at Matthias Muellers videos here: vimeo.com/user624589
    As this is my first tutorial I would love to hear your comments about it. Suggestions, feedback or improvements are welcome. Write a comment or send me an Email.
    I am not sure if I'll record video tutorials frequently so I used the trial version of iShowU. Sorry about the watermark.

    Everybody who is not an owner of the new version but wants to follow me and play with the new modules go to Maxon maxon.net and download your trial version.

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  5. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use tracers, cloners, sweep nurbs and an animated random effector to create this swarm-line technique in Cinema 4D.
    See the full tutorial here: greyscalegorilla.com/blog/?p=12377

    # vimeo.com/53009779 Uploaded 74.5K Plays 18 Comments

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