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CubePong 5 – Video Games



Every boy when he’s growing up, discovers the pleasure he can experience by himself, or with a friend sometimes, in the bedroom.

Getting lost in a magical world filled with excitement, and no matter how sore his thumbs get, he’ll push on, hoping to get to the next level.

What are we talking about, video games of course!

We’ve all got our favourite video game, whether it’s a 16bit stone-age classic, or the latest console and Halo combo. Whether you prefer to be the villain or the hero, it doesn’t matter.

Using their favourite video game character as inspiration, designers and animators from around the globe played along in this month’s CubePong and got down to some serious gaming skills. From the classics to modern touch screen games, this CubePong proved to be one of the best one’s yet.

Be sure to follow this month’s animators and designers on twitter, they are: @c4dweekly,@BitterBeanChris, @Wvdkamp, @BrankoVlahov, @vudumotion, @robleger,@industriousind, @cblaylock, @RagingClaw, @eugeneopperman, @risingpixels

As always Renderfeed.net rose above and beyond to provide us with effortless rendering. Be sure to check them out for your next Cinema 4D render needs.

The open Cinema 4D file for this month’s CubePong is available to download on the cubepong.net website.

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Old Video Games



5 Second Project: Old Video Games
Music: Molish – The City
Inspired by Universal Everything

Cinema 4d: Thinking Particles and Metaball

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Cinema 4d Tutorial – Using Images and Subpoly Displacement to Texture Objects



In this tutorial I go over how to use subpoly displacement and paint images to texture objects in Cinema 4D.

This tutorial was inspired by Rik Oostenbroek’s project FRGMNTS, be sure to check it out here https://www.behance.net/gallery/25901729/FRGMNTS.

The background song is Concept 16 by Kodomo check out more music by Kodomo here https://soundcloud.com/kodomo

Additional tip! Thanks to Steve Mitas https://vimeo.com/user10946000

C4d displacement render memory is low (200mb) by default, Increase it to 4000 or 5000(MB), preview and render will go faster.

C4d preferences > Memory > to the right, Renderer Displacement (MB)

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5 Ways to Create Cel Shading in Cinema 4D



In this video you will learn 5 different ways to create cel shading in Cinema 4D & Cinema 4D Lite!

New to 3D? Watch my FREE Cinema 4D Lite for the 2D Animator series! http://eyedesyn.com/cinema4d-lite

Download the camping C4D scene file from this tutorial here:

Cinema 4D VR Camping Scene

Topics covered include:
• An intro to the Sketch & Toon effect
• How to use the Sketch & Toon Cel Shader
• Use a 2 light setup to turn your enitre scene into a 2D cel shaded composition
• Recreate a Cel Shader type effect with tools available in Cinema 4D Lite
• Intro to the Falloff Shader and how you can use it for precise cel shading

If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create any fun 2D cel shading works in Cinema 4D, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching!

Watch the tutorial here:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/5-ways-to-create-cel-shading-in-cinema-4d/

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Update – Solid To Liquid V1.5



In this Quick Tip, I demonstrate the use of Solid To Liquid V1.5, showing how it can be employed using different parameters.

► This new version are available now here: http://www.mustaphafersaoui.fr/solid-to-liquid-tool-for-cinema-4d/
► Solid To Liquid V1.0 : https://vimeo.com/116345986

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HOW TO: Painterly 3D clouds in Cinema 4D (“Paths of Hate” style)



By popular demand, here’s a quick and dirty video guide for recreating this:

To get the optimal effect, use an actual painted texture in the alpha. Also, the number and size of the planes has a big influence on the look. This is just showing the basic steps because I got a lot of people asking about it when I made the original video.

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Blender for C4D Artists – 01_02 How to Animate Cameras on Splines & Target



In this tutorial, you will learn how to animate Cameras on Splines in Blender 2.8x and how to use the Track-to Constraint to make the Camera target an object or a Null (Empty). While we are talking about these topics you will learn a whole bunch of tips and tricks, for example how to reset Coordinate values quickly with an easy to remember keyboard shortcut and how to work with the 3D-Cursor and the Snapping context menu.

This tutorial series „Blender for Cinema 4D Artists“ is aiming to help you to get up to production speed in Blender 2.8x. Learning a new 3D application means understanding the paradigms, getting a working knowledge of tools and workflows and, most importantly – building up muscle memory for standard tasks.

Helge Maus, a former MAXON Certified Lead Instructor, teaches 3D- & VFX Applications for 20 years. His focus lies on VFX, but he also works with many studios and agencies from different visualization areas.
In his trainings, he understands at which issues artists from other 3d applications normally struggle.
So, this series tries to be an answer to that, to help YOU to get the best Blender experience.

If you have questions or topics, which should be added, please let us know.

If you want to support Helge Maus for publishing more free tutorials you could join his Patreons:
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How to Create and Animate an Umbrella Using Mosplines in Cinema 4D



In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can find a very handy use for the often ignored Cinema 4D Mospline object. In this instance, we’ll use Mospline to create and animate an umbrella! First I’ll set up our umbrella using a few Mosplines and a Loft Object. Next, we’ll animate our umbrella using a Pose Morph tag. If you’re not familiar with Pose Morph, be sure to check out my tutorial on how powerful it is (http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/using-the-pose-morph-tag-to-morph-between-objects-in-cinema-4d/)! Finally, I’ll show off some fun options inside Mosplines like the ability to have Mosplines be affected by particle forces like Turbulence and Wind.

If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching!

Watch the tutorial here:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/create-animate-umbrella-using-mospline-cinema-4d/

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How to Create Sketch and Toon Chalk Outlines in Cinema 4D



In this new Cinema 4D tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can use the Sketch & Toon module to apply chalk style outlines to your 3D objects! First, we’ll go over how you can apply lines to your objects using Sketch & Toon render settings, then we’ll proceed to go through all of the Sketch Material options to be able to create a chalk style quality stroke. We’ll wrap up the tutorial by going over how you can animate the Sketch Style options to be able to create a rolling boil effect animation to the outlines.

If you want to learn more about Sketch and Toon, be sure to check out my Creating Motion Graphics with Sketch and Toon course on lynda.com that is a comprehensive walkthrough of all the features in Sketch and Toon:

You can also check out my quick breakdown of Sketch & Toon outlines in this tutorial:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/creating-line-art-animations-using-cinema-4ds-sketch-and-toon/

I also have collections of useful Sketch and Toon ready 3D models in my Sketch and Toon Model Packs that you can turn into 8 bit art that you can find out more about here:

Sketch & Toon Model Pack v.01

Sketch & Toon Model Pack v.02

Sketch & Toon Model Pack v.03

If you have any questions, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create anything cool using this chalk technique, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching!

Watch the tutorial here:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/how-to-create-sketch-and-toon-chalk-outlines-in-cinema-4d/

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How to Melt Objects Using the Jiggle Deformer in Cinema 4D



In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can quickly and easily create melting like effects using the Jiggle Deformer. We’ll start by modeling the lollipop, then we’ll move onto using Weight/Vertex Maps to define which parts of our lollipop geometry we want to melt. Next, we’ll use a Pose Morph tag to be able to animate our drips via animating the Vertex Maps. We’ll finish the tutorial off by texturing our lollipop to make it look like tasty candy! Yum!

If you have any questions be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create any drippy candy action, be sure to share it with me! Thanks for watching!

Watch the tutorial here:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/tutorials/how-to-melt-objects-using-the-jiggle-deformer-in-cinema-4d/

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