Hey guys, I was going through some old creations on mine and came across this movie intro that I recreated. Unfortunately, it’s just the model and not the sound fx or textures, due to copyright issues, but whether you’re creating the next Hollywood blockbuster or it’s your friend getting punched in the jewels, a good intro will always enhance it.
PS. This is for Cinema 4D R12 and up…
So I finally got around to recording my first C4D, tutorial… In this tutorial we’ll cover an easy technique to create an ink splat using a cloner and metaballs.
If anyone has improvements to this tutorial or would like to showcase their results, feel free to share it with us and get some airtime while you’re at it.
Also, if there’s anything that’s been racking your brain about Cinema 4D, let me know, I’ll make it a personal mission on mine to find the solution and share it with you.
Hope you all enjoy the tut!
Ps, the HDRI texture in the tut is freely available compliments of Greyscale Gorilla, definately check out his great work.
Launching the blog is cause for celebration, enjoy this free disco ball to help get the party started.
With all the gifts of tutorials and sharing of knowledge currently on the web which I experience daily, I thought it’s about time for me to pay-it-forward and start sharing my experiences of Cinema 4D with the world.
My plan is to collate information on the best C4d out there, helping you find what you want in the quickest possible way and helping grow the C4d community. Together with that I plan on getting in touch with various leaders in the motion graphics field and providing an inside view of how they work and think and potentially offering some tips and tricks in the process.
It’s going to be an exciting ride and I hope that you will help guide me in providing comments and questions on things you’d like to see in future.
Until then, happy designing