Maxon CINEMA 4D (398 Tutorials)
July 31, 2012
Post at Motioneers.net: “Here is a video tutorial about Thinking Particles. This time we will go as basic as we can by avoiding presets and instead using the most fundamental nodes the particle system has to offer. We’ll set up an emitter from scratch and then build a simple particle simulation. This tutorial is – once again – not about creating fancy renders, it is meant to teach you the core techniques of Thinking Particles. I hope you learn something.”
July 25, 2012
Equiloud explains how to create organic tentacles in c4d with hair. (Update from Equiloud: you don´t have to trick the transparency, just deselect “Render Hairs” in the Generate Tab.)
July 24, 2012
Post at Greyscalegorilla: “In this “Tag Team Tutorial”, Chris and I show you how to model and texture a dynamically popping popcorn kernel and get them to behave like real popping popcorn. Just in time for summer blockbuster season.” Part 1: Modeling, Dynamics Texturing and Animation / Part 2: Baking, Lighting and Compositing.
June 29, 2012
By Chris Schmidt at Greyscalegorilla: “In this tutorial, Chris shows you how to use the Falloff Shader to create organic effects on your textures. Follow along to make effects like Snow and Dust on your textures that usually only collect on the top of objects.”
May 14, 2012
In this tutorial, Chris starts from the VERY beginning and very briefly cover a lot of topics. The goal here is that a brand new user can get their feet wet and create a very basic final render that includes some modeling, texturing, lighting, and animation! Based off of the first session of an old Introduction to C4D course he used to teach.
May 14, 2012
In this tutorial, Joren from The Pixel Lab shows you how to create really smooth time remapping inside of Cinema 4D using the brand new Nitro4D plugin called Magic Slow Motion. I will also go behind the scenes and show you how the plugin is creating the slow motion time remapping so you can understand the process.
January 11, 2012
Learn about using the Foundry Camera Tracker with Maxon Cinema 4D. Tutorial by AETuts+by Alexander Lehnert.