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Tutorial: Maxon Cinema 4D - Sketch and Toon Help

Tutorial: Maxon Cinema 4D - Sketch and Toon Help
Tutorial Oct 06, 2015 at 08:01 AM

Here is a round up of tutorials that should help you with Maxon Cinema 4D’s Sketch and Toon module!

How to Animate On Sketch & Toon Stroke Lines in Cinema 4D

"In this tutorial, I’ll be covering how you can animate on your line art outlines made with Cinema 4D’s Sketch and Toon.  First I’ll go over how you can easily animate on your objects using the Mograph Module and effectors.  Then I’ll demonstrate how you can have the lines generated by Sketch & Toon draw or animate on using it’s Draw options.  I’ll show some of the things you need to know to have full control over how they draw on as well as providing a few tips on how to avoid some common issues that may occur using the Draw options like lines randomly popping on and off during the animation." - eyedesyn

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How to Apply A Stylized Grunge Material Using Sketch & Toon's Spot Shader

"In this tutorial, I'll show you how to apply a stylized grungy material onto your 3D models in Cinema 4D using a Sketch and Toon shader. Sketch and Toon is such a deep module inside C4D and to go over this technique I'll be introducing you to the S&T Spot Shader." - EJ Hassenfratz

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Integrating Sketch & Toon into a Typical 3D Workflow in Cinema 4D

"In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can integrate Sketch & Toon into your typical sexy, shiny 3D renders in Cinema 4D.  I’ll go over alternatives to applying outlines to individual objects that you may have done in the past and each of their shortcomings.  Then I’ll show you how to apply outlines using Sketch & Toon and the benefits going that route.  I’ll cover how to apply different types of stroke styles to an object to get different thicknesses to the outline of an object and it’s edges.  Finally, I’ll show you how you can render out your outlines as a seperate pass by enabling Post Effects in the Multipass Render Settings.  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!" - eyedesyn

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