I decided it would be useful to document some of animation taking place on Cinema 4D, since it’s otherwise impossible to see what the scene really looks like and how its built behind those rendered finishes. I have edited together and sped up (extremely sped up) these screen recordings to make a ‘Behind The Scenes’ style breakdown of how a scene gets animated. Some clips show the Global Illumination lighting render taking place in just a few short seconds whereas in real-time, it would take 15 minutes to render just one frame.
Hopefully this gives an insight into the way Cinema 4D can work to make a character animation.
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