Get X-Particles and Cycles 4D Together at a Discount
X-Particles uses a unique system of Questions and Actions to get full control over your particle simulations without the need for Xpresso or Cinema 4D’s native particle system. Particles, fluids, and gaseous simulations all in one place. Cycles 4D is a dedicated bridge plugin allowing Cinema 4D users to access the Cycles rendering engine directly inside Cinema 4D without the need for an external application.
Now Compatible with Cinema 4D R21!
All X-Particles licenses are unlocked (floating).
Cycles 4D Licenses come with 3 FREE Render Nodes.
Please check individual products for full system requirements.
The human body is still such an enigma and there are so many technical, yet beautiful, 2D and 3D animations that help to visualize those microscopic mysteries. We had a question about some methods of creating cells and other microscopic elements. First, we have some gorgeous examples to inspire you, followed by a few tutorials for various host applications.
Daniel Danielsson is a Freelance Director / Motion Designer who is based in Hertfordshire, which is north of London, England. I'm not sure how much snow and ice they get there, but Daniel has some fantastic Cinema 4D tutorials on creating frost and ice.
With all the different renderers out there, it’s sometimes difficult to determine which is the best for you and your needs. Chad Ashley from Greyscalegorilla has a breakdown of the pro’s and cons of some of the renders GSG recommends. Read an excerpt here and follow the link to the full article.