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  1. It was really interesting and really exciting but I lust over C4D projects now! BTW, I copied your image to show my rabid GOT fan wife to show her how powerful C4D can be in talented hands. How is that for a compliment!
  2. How can I model a Mobius strip?

    Another great one! Thanks. With all your knowledge of physics and math you might enjoy my son's work. He works for PBS Digital Studios and he has produced lots of videos which are in your lofty realm, such as Feynman's Diagrams, etc. In case you would like to check out Space Time at PBS Digital Studios and see a ton of C4D work of Kurt, the URL is: https://kurtrossmotion.myportfolio.com/space-time
  3. Great job! It looks perfect now. The reason that bothered me so much is that I am a retired ER doc and lacerations and such are what I did all day. But you have made me a happy camper with a really impressive revision. You really are spot on with your anatomy and the human body. I'm not good enough to model the exterior so I model internal anatomy and mechanisms of human biology and pathology. Here is a pearl: for six months scars are reddish because of the capillaries which grow in with the scar tissue but these finally close over after 6 months and change the scar from red-pink to whitish. I look forward to more of your work (with envy)! Now back to my animation of NaCl dissolving in H2O at the molecular level.
  4. Both you guys do really impressive work!
  5. That is gorgeous work! My only gripe is that scar which looks totally lame. It would be a shame if that scar detracted from such a masterpiece! You are good.
  6. How can I model a Mobius strip?

    Wow, that is really impressive! Thank you With your Python skills you have left me in the dust.
  7. How can I model a Mobius strip?

    Your projects are really cool!
  8. I am not sure what is wrong with your file but here is mine and it seems to work fine. You are welcome to adjust it to your uses. Clouds.c4d.zip
  9. You can put the image on the cloner which is composed of cubes and then use a Formula Effector to rotate only 180 degrees heading and randomly
  10. An alternative way to do it would be to start with a Cloner in Grid Array and using Random Effector with Parameters Rotation and Position, use the Spline Effector for your text spline, animate the strength but start at 0%, and use an animated Wind. No Rigid Body necessary.
  11. put your Object Index number into a Dynamic Body State node and change the clone color that way
  12. If you animate the Strength, Start, and End of the Spline Effector you can leave a trail. Voronoi Spline Effector 2.c4d.zip
  13. Jed is right, all you need is the left pren. To reverse the motion and the animation sequence you would use: clamp(0;1;(id>=t)*(id-t)) Here is Douwe's great explanation:
  14. Let's model a kidney!

    To get the creases "Frank Netter" anatomically correct and do the calyces accurately I had to use sculpting. It gives such precise control over your model.
  15. Cinema 4D R19 discussion!

    I will keep my fingers crossed that he returns! He is one of my heroes and has helped me learn this mountain of C4D techniques innumerable times with amazing example files and wonderful explanations. I feel very indebted to Srek.

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