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Beefdoctor

In this video tutorial we take another look at the realflow for C4D plugin. This time we are specifically dealing with the Gravity Daemon and its settings. This Daemon allows us to add gravity to our scene but we have the option to apply the effect globally, or bounded, so we can restrict the effect to a certain area. we also have the option to invert the effect so particles fall upwards.

 

Beefdoctor

In This Cinema 4D tutorial we take a look at another C4D tool. This one is called the Transfer tool, it allows us to have one object match another objects position, scale, and rotation, a lot like reset PSR, but we can turn each of these attributes on and off and the object does not have to be a child of the target object. This is tool is very similar to the Quick Align tool in 3DSMax.


 

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This is the first in a series of videos i'll be making about the Realflow plugin for Cinema 4D. In this video i'll be looking at the Realflow Scene Tree and some of its settings but i'll mainly be focusing on the different emitter types, the emitter settings, and how we can use splines and textures to control particle emissions.
 

 

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In this Cinema 4D tutorial video we take a look at inverse ambient occlusion shader. This can be extremely helpful when trying to create edge wear or damage to make objects look more believable. Inverse ambient occlusion can even be used to create a very fast subsurface scattering effect. Check out the video for all the details.

 

 

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In this Cinema 4D Quick Tip we take a look at a nice elegant way in which we can create a perfect hole in a polygon surface. This method is very quick and eliminates some of the issues that may arise from using a Boolean. We also take a look at using the same method but optimising it for a lower poly mesh more suited to exporting to a game engine.

 

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In this Video i just wanted to bring your attention to the first batch of NAB 2017 tutorials from Cineversity. So head on over to the tutorial page at Digitalmeat.uk and take a look. I also talk very briefly about how you can help decide what tutorials i make next, and the Digital Meat merch store.

 

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Hey guys and girls, you may have noticed that my tutorial output has slowed recently, that's because I've been working on re branding Digital Meat and upgrading digitalmeat.uk. I'm nearly there, so just hang on a little bit longer and tutorials will start flowing again :D 

Beefdoctor

Quick Tip 13: Move, Scale, or Rotate Parent Without Children

In this Cinema 4D Quick Tip we take a look at a way in which we can move, scale, or rotate a parent object independently of its children.

 

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In this tutorial we take a look at the Virtual Walkthrough, this tool allows us to navigate our scene like a first person shooter, and it also allows us to record our movements to a path or even a camera.
 
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In this video we take a look at the awesome Select N' Go Plugin. This nifty little piece of work allows us to export out our work in various formats and in multiple files, it also lets us create takes (clips) for animation export.

 

Beefdoctor

In this tutorial we take a look at the new object tracker in Cinema 4D R18, This new feature allows us to track a moving object independently of the scene and replace it with a 3D object.

In this tutorial we take a look at the new object tracker in Cinema 4D R18, This new feature allows us to track a moving object independently of the scene and replace it with a 3D object. This part will focus on scene setup, Modelling, animation, and rendering.

 

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