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Showing content with the highest reputation on 09/29/2019 in all areas

  1. An open letter to MAXON CEO David McGavran David, I'm afraid we need to talk. I've came to Cinema 4D on r12. My first 3d program was 3ds Max, but a few years using it I felt it's stuck on evolution and I decided to move. Since then, Cinema 4D is my trusty and beloved home, the best piece of software I've got on my computer, the thing I rely on, my leaving and career relies on. I trusted it not only because of the features and quality it's got, but because the MAXON team's vision of the future, the attention they have to their work and management relation to community
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  2. Xpresso - I thin it worth to start a standalone topic on that, I have many thoughts how it should be evolving. Basically, I'll suggest you to take a look at some Houdini nodes. And especially - a way to procedurally select and manipulate points of the mesh. That alone would increase Xpresso power drastically
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  3. Thanks so much Dan! I've been watching your you tube video and it's really helpful. Although I'm not new to 3D, I'm reasonably new to c4d, and I appreciate the way your video goes over some foundation stuff stuff too. Subscribed to your YT channel, many thanks for your contributions to the community This forum has got to be one of the most helpful and friendly software forums I've come across, it really is appreciated.
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  4. This is really fun. And shows that the dynamics in C4D is precise and accurate. Here is the video on YouTube that inspired me to test it in C4D: My project is attached. Have fun! -Ingvar The Dzhanibekov Effect.c4d
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  6. He he, we are connected! It is called quantum entanglement, or Spooky action at a distance https://www.cnet.com/news/einstein-called-it-spooky-action-here-is-an-image-of-it-for-the-first-time/ -Ingvar
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  7. The house building tool was made by NItro4D. Sounds like MAXON didn't want to pay to have him update it to work with R21. He does have some great tools on Nitro4D.com that he says will be updated to R21 shortly. The box one sounds interesting.
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  8. Thank you for your feedback. I have been on here and other forums reading all the responses. I am someone who loves talking to customers. I will be at IBC and very happy to chat to anyone who comes by. I will also be at many of the European stops on our roadshow. I am not ever going to write long responses on forums, never seems to go well. I am here, I am reading and the team is as focused on working with our customers as ever. Hope we get to meet in person. Cheers Dave
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  9. No, quite the opposite - The Poly Extrude Tool is one of the the primary and most legitimate ways of turning poly primitives into the forms you want ! But separate to that is the Extrude Object, which is used with splines to generate 3D forms. It is with those you need to be very careful because that type of Extrude cannot give you a flawless all-quads result on caps for example... but even that has a Regular grid Function that can minimize the negative effects of problem topology here. What it can't do is eliminate triangles completely. This may not matter on flat surfaces, or sur
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