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    Animation, drawing, game creating (2D)

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  1. I was actually going to add a character in there by the time I finished modeling, but I got caught up in making the render smooth, I forgot to do so. Getting clean renders is one heck of a task.
  2. A room based off of something I found on the internet as practice.
  3. Based off of a room from the school I go to. Also, photoshop is really deceptive in the quality it displays vs what it exports.
  4. A nice comparison of my modeling ability from 2 years ago to now.
  5. Rendering hair is expensive. [took about 16 minutes] Especially on 2007 CPU hardware.
  6. Thanks for the help above guys. I uninstalled the driver I had and found an older verison (391.01) that made Cinema 4D stable again. And I'm running Windows 7. The problem is fixed now. But thanks for the suggestion.
  7. That did nothing, unfortunately. Thanks for the suggestion though.
  8. A few weeks ago, Nvidia updated their graphics cards and Cinema 4D slowly became unstable. The first problems were the viewport blinking black when resizing/starting a new render and showing a ghost image of an older render occasionally. Then these started happening. Opening a new window for a game. When opening a new window in basically anything with a fullscreen. Is anyone else dealing with this? Does anyone know how I can fix this? I tried restarting my computer and rolling back my graphics drivers, but I'm not sure which driver I had before this one happened.
  9. 5 years, man. And this is the best I can do. So far.
  10. Just an update on this topic. I was about to close Cinema 4D when I noticed Task manager was open. So I duplicated the project file and then closed C4D normally. It was doing the 100% CPU Usage problem again. So I immediately force closed it and it stopped. I open up C4D again (immediately) and closed it immediately as well. It was doing the 100% CPU usage again. Why would it do that when there's no project loaded...? I have a weird feeling its doing something else. Like a weird backup feature or something.
  11. No, I don't have XParticles, I have no plugins in C4D that I use. Although plugins could be a potential cause (except I don't have them...)
  12. Strange how this didn't happen until some point. I always have taskmanager open, and at some point, this started happening. Whatever it's doing, probably clearing the cache like Grain said, or probably trying to backup the file. In which case why would it practically freeze the computer if that's what it's doing. And if this problem is outside of Cinema 4D, it was probably caused by a windows update (unless you're using a mac or soemthing), new program, who knows! I hope this gets fixed or someone finds a way to fix it.
  13. Almost every time I exit Cinema 4D, it takes up all of the CPU usage and kind of freezes my computer. Then after a few seconds, it finally stops and exits. Any idea's on why this might be happening?



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