Create Chiseled Text in Cinema 4D

Add a nice chiseled look to your text in Cinema 4D with this tutorial.  As I note in the video, the basic technique is the same across every font, letter, and even logos, but each one has it’s a unique way to get to the end result.  Here I show you the basics of how you can achieve this look for whatever text or logo you are working with.

If you have any questions or requests of how to do this effect on a logo or some other font, please leave them in the comment section.

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  1. I forgot to select email notification… I figured out a way, probably more steps… Extruded type, Booleaned the intersection of the Extrude and a Plane, then melded all the internal lines.

    Thanks for the response! I’m going to try your way now…… WORKED LIKE A CHARM. I always forget about MoText. Thanks for the tip!

    SO, I followed your steps, and I understand the methodology to where and why to make cuts and add weights. On my first try, all the cuts look great and make sense, but the renders… not so much:

    http://sofierce.com/chisledText/

    Any thoughts?

    Reply

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