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C-Motion Foot Contact For Beginners

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Was explaining this to a friend and made this in 5 mins. It shows C-Motion and how you can get feet to match terrain in a few minutes. C-Motion is quite neat  no ?

 

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Thats awesome...and how do you achieve this?


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  • Igor..I do appreciate the sense of Humour. To be honest I was talking to some people on my Facebook who really know nothing about CGI ..in fact we were having a giggle over a  Gordon Ramsey vid, he is  rather forceful Chef over here. So TRex was being discussed and Jurassic Park. I was telling than The animations in there are not has hard as they think. the devil is in the details. So i made the vid. Coming over here I saw this section was empty and realised that the place id not full of experts there re some newbies here and Terry Rex always helps as an inspiration. Cmotion is neat but I have not really ever got into it. 

     

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  • But if you are new to cmotion You get Terry out of your content browser setup and walking a walk cycle..lovely expression, you then have the beast so you pull and push his controllers, you slap him around for a while and he becomes your pet. Then you can give him forward direction and match a floor to him. The rest is playing with his strings. Make him dance.

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  • Here is the file

    T Rex - Cmotion.c4d

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