Create a Dynamic Rope Simulation in Cinema 4D
Nick from Greyscalegorilla explains how to set up a dynamic rope simulation in Cinema 4D from scratch. Learn how to link rope dynamics to controllers so you can take full control of your dynamics. Then, watch part 2 of this tutorial where we show you how to finish this scene in Redshift AND Octane.
Create a Dynamic Rope Simulation in Cinema 4D, Part 1
Part 2 – Set up Lights, Camera, and Materials
In part 2, Nick explains how he renders his ropes using Redshift and Cinema 4D. He walks you through adding Lights, Cameras, and beautiful Paracord Materials to create this eye-catching scene in Redshift and Cinema 4D.
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Posted by Michele Yamazaki