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Maxon CINEMA 4D (512 Tutorials)

Create a 3D Environment from a Still Image in CINEMA 4D

Create a 3D Environment from a Still Image in CINEMA 4D

January 7, 2016

Joren Kandel at The Pixel Lab shares another CINEMA 4D quick tip on using Camera Projection to create a 3D tunnel from a still image.

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Creating Cel Animation Style Paint Strokes in Cinema 4D

Creating Cel Animation Style Paint Strokes in Cinema 4D

January 7, 2016

Learn how to recreate the popular cel animation style paint stroke/splash effect you see in a lot of 2D animations using Cinema 4D without third party plug-ins.

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Streamline your Cinema 4D to Element 3D Workflow

Streamline your Cinema 4D to Element 3D Workflow

January 7, 2016

Need a better workflow for sending projects and files from Maxon Cinema 4D to Video Copilot Element 3D? We know, there are a lot of numbers and fancy words in that sentence but the process itself, as it turns out, is not that difficult!

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Animating a Holiday Ribbon Tree

Animating a Holiday Ribbon Tree

January 5, 2016

In this holiday-themed tutorial, learn to create a 3D ribbon tree animation in Cinema 4D.

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Explode with Cloth in Cinema 4D

Explode with Cloth in Cinema 4D

January 4, 2016

Learn how to make explosions using cloth dynamics in MAXON Cinema 4D.

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Cinema 4D Inner Glow Effect with Ambient Occlusion

Cinema 4D Inner Glow Effect with Ambient Occlusion

December 29, 2015

“Equiloud created a really nice C4D quick tip and asked me to share it on the blog. Heck yes, I will. It’s a really nice quick tip for using Cinema4D Ambient Occlusion in the Luminance channel. The effect is very cool!” – Joren Kandel | The Pixel Lab

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Achieve 2D Cel Shading in C4D Without Sketch & Toon

Achieve 2D Cel Shading in C4D Without Sketch & Toon

December 15, 2015

Our friend EJ Hassenfratz from Eyedesyn shows us how to achieve 2D cel shading, using only the native tools found in Cinema 4D.

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Gain Control Over Your Ambient Occlusion

Gain Control Over Your Ambient Occlusion

December 15, 2015

“In this quick Cinema4D tip I’ll show you how to get more control over your Ambient Occlusion so you can save render times and dial in your shadows easily.” – Joren Kandel

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Cinema 4D Project Splines Onto an Object

Cinema 4D Project Splines Onto an Object

December 15, 2015

“In this C4D tutorial I’ll show you how to use Spline Project to have your splines stick properly to an object that is not flat. It’s important if you want text or a spline based object to look like it belongs. ” – Joren Kandel

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How To Make A Sci-Fi Fire Look In Cinema 4D and After Effects

How To Make A Sci-Fi Fire Look In Cinema 4D and After Effects

December 8, 2015

“In this AskGSG Jake Vardaman asks us how to make this cool Sci-Fi fire look by Raoul Paulet using C4D.” – Greyscalegorilla

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Creative Type with Cinema 4D Hair, MoGraph & XParticles

Creative Type with Cinema 4D Hair, MoGraph & XParticles

December 4, 2015

Follow along in this great tutorial from helloluxx and you will learn how to make all sorts of beautiful new type in Cinema 4D!

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How to Stick Objects onto a Conveyer Belt in Cinema 4D

How to Stick Objects onto a Conveyer Belt in Cinema 4D

December 1, 2015

EJ Hassenfratz shows us how he made the ‘sushi-go-round’ conveyer belt in Cinema 4D.

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C4D Tips and Tricks Grab Bag by Simon

C4D Tips and Tricks Grab Bag by Simon

December 1, 2015

This Cinema 4D Tutorial is packed with tips and tricks by Simon Spencer-Harvey.

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Adding Smoke and Dust to a Destruction Simulation in Cinema 4D

Adding Smoke and Dust to a Destruction Simulation in Cinema 4D

December 1, 2015

“Florian Thamer shows how to use both X-Particles and Turbulence FD to enhance a destruction sim in C4D.” – Lester Banks

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Model, Texture, and Light a Jellyfish in Cinema 4D

Model, Texture, and Light a Jellyfish in Cinema 4D

December 1, 2015

In this Tutorial, Patrick Goski and Nick Campbell answer a question from Brett Morris during AskGSG about how to make a jelly fish scene similar to this great render by James Gardner-Pickett.

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