1. ■ 2015. 2. ■
    Short C4D Animation(Bulb, Name Card, Yarn).
    Just Practice.
    BGM : "Towl" by Podington Bear (http://podingtonbear.com/)

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  2. This half-hour Counterparts-tutorial offers some ways to create random movement in Cinema 4D. In After Effects this is achieved by using the "wiggle"-expression. In Cinema 4D there is the "vibrate"-tag, but i'll show you a more advanced technique using Xpresso, as well.

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  3. DigitalSandwich.net
    Part 2 is available right here: digitalsandwich.net/animating-ivy-in-c4d-part-2/

    A quick tutorial going over set up of the Ivy Grower plugin for Cinema 4D, then we show you how to take the ivy one step further by animating the leaves blowing in the wind with effectors. Part 2, which is coming soon, is going to cover animating the ivy growing on as well as making this ivy look and feel more life.
    For more information and links to the ivy grower plugin, check out digitalsandwich.net/animating-ivy-in-c4d-part-1/

    There is plenty more on the way so be sure to check back to the site or follow us at twitter.com/digiwich or facebook.com/digiwich

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  4. Deformers for motion graphics and dynamics. Using an objects speed to let it affect it's own deformer. This allows for a lot of interesting motion.
    - This might not be best practice, dynamics can bend and shear the object aswell. But this is fun to set up, tehre is a lot of extra options (you could use a shader, a shear, a bend, a bulge and so on!)

    Cinema 4D!

    We're setting this up in a 3rd way just for the learning purpose. While it's possible to do it with a null + a constraint tag with spring and psr (Like in the flat streak tutorial) and it's possible to do it with a memory node and a range mapper, to reset the position this time we will set it up with: fracture object, inheritance effector and a delay effector and off course with some xpresso.

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  5. Using xpresso to make an object respond to rotation, by feeding rotation to the twist deformer. Adding a automatically but highly customizable system. Also we make sure to smooth this system and reset it, so it aren't twisted after the rotation.

    Cinema 4D!

    Giving an object a more natural but also a lot of extra natural look. Adding some extra motion or characteristics to an object, really helps to sell the animation.

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