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    Don
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  1. You have made a ton of cool files but that may be your best one yet!
  2. Another route would be to go to ePMV and build the nanotube yourself. Here is one I made in about 3 minutes. Plus you will now have access to every molecule on the Protein Databank be it DNA, RNA, enzymes, viruses, etc. It is Nirvana if you do biologic modeling. Nanotube 3.c4d.zip Here is a tutorial from the ePMV plugin creator: And here is how you install ePMV: http://www.autopack.org/install/cinema-4d-installation It is amazing what you can do within C4D once you start using this.
  3. Made with Ready + C4D: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12pwuMXy2IseKWRKAcWdmmT7tObMz00Lx/view?usp=sharing Proc3Durale is extremely limited compared to this software combination.
  4. Here is one of the .obj frames output by Ready produced by Start Recording: frame_000015.obj These can then be brought into C4D for creative uses.
  5. Ciarma, To save yourself a lot of experimentation time and confusion, go straight to the Gray-Scott patterns in Ready and run one of those to see what I am babbling about. They produce true 3D Reaction Diffusion meshes.
  6. Great, organic modeling is really magical IMHO.
  7. I really got into the topic of creating Houdini like effects within C4D a while ago and I was very pleasantly surprised at the possibilities. There is a moderate learning curve here. The two ways I explored were Reaction Diffusion files created within Photoshop and using a free software called Ready. Check out the 3 example files within this link and see if you want to learn this stuff. There is an endless stream of creativity here possible limited only by your imagination. AND no need to purchase Houdini. Play the 3 files in the folders Reaction Diffusion, Reaction Diffusion 2, and Ready and see what you think. Here is the link and ignore some of the other C4D files there: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1qnqkFtZoQz41hMnF8kUeeh6SLe9OXvy-?usp=sharing I had tons of fun with the two topics and I had NO idea C4D could make stuff like this.
  8. How is this? Bullet Dents 1.c4d
  9. If you use TP Alignment, you can rotate the source object axis and reverse direction or whatever.
  10. In Search of Models....

    Here's a few I made for the purpose of being cute rather than photorealistic. Feel free to trash them! Zebra 1.c4d.zip Giraffe.c4d.zip Pig No UV Editing.c4d.zip And congratulations!
  11. Does this help? It shows cells lysis. Cell Lysis 1.c4d.zip
  12. I think I mostly drop by to see if I can learn additional pearls from you. Caveat: (gripes) Am I wrong to think that this message area used to be huge on knowledge sharing and now it seems it rarely is so and is mainly about discussing other software such as X-particles or the various renderers? In the "goodel" days I used to learn SO much from guys like you, Srek, and the various other big boys.
  13. I only drop by rarely lately but I saw this message. Here are a bunch in case you can use any: Cloth With Controls 7.c4d Cloth With Controls 6.c4d Cloth With Controls 5.c4d Cloth With Controls 4.c4d Hair Tip Objects 3.c4d Hair Tip Objects 2.c4d I hope something here helps.
  14. Im working on something else so don't off hand know the answer but way to go to do this without the Follow Spline node!

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