Topics covered include
Cinema 4D, Octane

Learn how to apply motion blur in Cinema 4D using Octane Render, as well as several scenarios where motion blur will break and how to fix it.

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What You’ll Learn in This Video:

In this quick tip for Cinema 4D and Octane Render, David Ariew will show you his standard settings for motion blur in Octane, as well as what to do when motion blur errors or stops working entirely. This tutorial will show how to use transform, transform/vertex modes, and vertex speed modes, and setups include motion blur for character deformations, objects parented to the camera, and motion blur for fluid sims.

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Cinema 4D, Dynamics

In this Cinema 4D tutorial, EJ shows a creative workflow for creating dynamic, elastic ribbons using Soft Body Dynamics!  This tutorial is perfect for those who are just learning or well experienced with Dynamics.

You Will Learn:

• Basic Dynamic setups
• Using Soft Body Dynamic Springs to create cloth simulations
• Utilizing Dynamic Connectors to pull cloth off objects
• Covering advanced Dynamic settings for more accurate dynamic simulations

Intro to Cinema 4D Soft Body Dynamics Tutorial

Inflate of Deflate Objects Using Soft Body Dynamics in Cinema 4D

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Animation, Cinema 4D, MoGraph, Mograph Module, Rendering

In this tutorial, you’ll learn essential tips to design and animate futuristic HUD elements in Cinema 4D!

You Will Learn:

• Creating HUD elements using Parametric Objects & Atom Arrays
• Utilizing Mograph Effectors to animate HUD elements without keyframes
• Covering how you can iterate and create unique HUD elements with a button click
• Using Physical Render settings to add Glow and Depth of Field Blur

Watch how to use the Shader Effector To Create HUD Elements

Creating the Ghost in the Shell HUD Effect with Sketch & Toon in Cinema 4D

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Topics covered include
Cinema 4D, Dynamics, MoGraph, Mograph Module

In this Cinema 4D tutorial, EJ shows a creative workflow for creating dynamic, elastic ribbons using Soft Body Dynamics!  This tutorial is perfect for those who are just learning or well experienced with Dynamics.

You Will Learn:

• Basic Dynamic setups
• Using Soft Body Dynamic Springs to create an elastic ribbon
• Using Friction & Mograph Module to create a conveyer belt effect
• Covering advanced Dynamic settings for more accurate dynamic simulations

Intro to Cinema 4D Soft Body Dynamics Tutorial

Inflate of Deflate Objects Using Soft Body Dynamics in Cinema 4D

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If you have any questions about Using Soft Body Dynamics in Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section!  If you create any cool elastic ribbons using any techniques in this tutorial, be sure to share it with me TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Cinema 4D, Lighting, Octane, Texturing

Learn how to create a futuristic city using Octane Scatter, as well as how to use Octane environment fog volume to create dramatic haze and clouds!

Tools Used:
Brograph Luminous

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Links Mentioned:
MEGASTRUCTURE
VideoCoPilot Future City Pack

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What You’ll Learn in This Video:

In this Cinema 4D tutorial, David Ariew will show you how to create a futuristic city using Octane scatter, as well as using Octane’s environment fog and fog volume to get dramatic haze and clouds. You’ll also learn useful lighting and texturing tips and how to create flickering lights and animated clouds. This tutorial is perfect for users learning Otoy Octane for Cinema 4D features!

If you have any questions about Volumetrics and Scatter in Octane, post them in the comments section! If you create anything using this technique, be sure to share it with me on TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Cinema 4D, Rigging

In this tutorial, EJ will show you how you can easily rig a character using a Rubber Hose style rig in Cinema 4D.  This workflow is perfect for those who are just getting into rigging to learn basic rigging concepts!

You Will Learn:

• How to setup a simple rubber hose style rig using Splines, Spline Wraps, & Point IK
• Basic rigging concepts like IK, Goals, and Poles
• Setting up Rig Controllers
• Rigging Tips & Tricks

Learn how to Model a Rubber Hose Style Character in Cinema 4D

Learn how to Animate a Character Walk Cycle in Cinema 4D

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If you have any questions about the Rubber Hose Style Rigging in Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section!  If you create any cool rubber hose style characters using any techniques in this tutorial, be sure to share it with me TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Topics covered include
Cel Shader, Cinema 4D, Cinema 4D Lite, Modeling, Sketch & Toon

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can easily model popular Rubber Hose style characters inside of Cinema 4D!  Watch my Rubber Hose Style Rigging in Cinema 4D Tutorial!

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Watch my Rubber Hose Style Rigging in Cinema 4D Tutorial!

Topics covered include:

• Using simple parametric objects to create character body
• Using Deformers to deform geometry
• Create cel shading using flat luminance textures & cel shaders
• How to create face details using Spline Objects
• Controlling eye movement with a simple Xpresso rig

If you have any questions about the Creating Rubber Hose Style Characters in Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section!  If you create any cool rubber hose style characters using any techniques in this tutorial, be sure to share it with me TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Topics covered include
After Effects

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to quickly and easily apply the popular noise gradient texture effect to layers inside of Adobe After Effects!

Tools Used:

Wiggle It

Boil It

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Topics covered include:

• Using a combination of Layer Styles to create noise textures
• Creative ways to combine different Layer Styles
• Creating animated noise using displacement and wiggle
• How to easily apply textures to other layers

If you have any questions about Creating Stylized Noise Gradient Textures in Adobe After Effects, post them in the comments section!  If you create any cool noisy animations using any techniques in this tutorial, be sure to share it with me TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Topics covered include
Cinema 4D, Octane, Rendering, Texturing

In Part 2 of this 2 part tutorial series (watch Part 1), David Ariew shows you how to use Otoy Octane Render’s fantastic Displacement features to make complex greeble style surface geometry in Cinema 4D using 8K displacement maps he created in Illustrator.

Helpful Artists & Links David mentioned:
Robert Sundelin (Blues4D)
fvckrender
TechIt Pack
Beeple

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Topics covered include:

• Using the Displacement feature in Octane Render
• Create complex surface geometry with an 8K Displacement Map
• Useful tips and tricks for using Displacement in Octane Render

If you have any questions about Creating Displacement Map Textures for Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section! If you create anything using this technique, be sure to share it with me on TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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Topics covered include
Adobe Illustrator, After Effects, Cinema 4D, Octane, Texturing

In Part 1 of this 2 part tutorial series (watch Part 2), David Ariew dives into Adobe Illustrator and After Effects to demonstrate how to create custom 8K displacement maps to make complex greeble style surface geometry in Cinema 4D using Otoy Octane to recreate this amazing work by Robert Sundelin.

Helpful Artists & Links David mentioned:
Robert Sundelin (Blues4D)
fvckrender
TechIt Pack
Beeple

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Topics covered include:

• Learning about greeble textures
• How greeble textures are used by prominent C4D artists like beeple
• Creating greeble textures quickly and easily inside of Adobe Illustrator
• Creating color maps based off the greeble textures inside of Adobe After Effects

If you have any questions about Creating Displacement Map Textures for Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section! If you create anything using this technique, be sure to share it with me on TwitterInstagram, Facebook, or in the Comments!  Thanks for watching!

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