Created by Lionel VICIDOMINI
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 71 Lectures ( 8h 49m ) | Size: 7.7 GB
What you’ll learn:
All about Simulations in Cinema 4D
Simulate clothes, balloons, gummy balls, pillows, jelly….
Fast simulations with Cinema 4D’s new simulation system
Make different objects interact with each other
Basic understanding of 3D inside Cinema 4D
Cinema 4D’s new simulation engine makes it possible to create extraordinary realistic or abstract animations!In this new module of the complete Cinema 4D training course, you’ll find out all about the new rigid body, soft body, fabric and rope simulation tools!Topple dominoes, demolish walls, create hypnotic fabric animations, transform lettering into balloons or old pleated leather, animate floating flags and tear them apart – it’s all possible now with Cinema 4D.In clearly organized chapters, we’ll study all the techniques needed to master the various simulations.This Cinema 4D training course on physical simulations covers the following topics:Rigid bodies are the properties that enable objects to collide with each other and create complex dynamic sequences automatically. The animation possibilities are virtually infinite, and effectively complement traditional animation using keyframes or Mograph. You can even combine the three at the same time!Drape, fly and twist clothes in extraordinary abstract animations! Or use them to dress your characters with stunning realism.You will model a dress entirely on a dancing cartoon character. The fabric follows the character’s movements naturally and dynamically, for maximum realism. The entire workflow is covered, from dress modeling and finishing to testing and caching for easy playback.Soft bodies simulate anything plastic, rubbery or easily deformed. It makes for very smooth, fun animations and can be easily combined with rigid bodies.This module is the ideal complement to the one devoted to Mograph, as it takes up certain elements and completes them.As usual, all the videos are clearly named and organized so you can quickly access the one that interests you. Mini-projects complete the videos to help you put the skills you’ve learned into practice.Please note that this tutorial is intended for Cinema 4D version 2024.2 and higher, which uses the new unified simulation system.All source files are provided. I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have !Enjoy the tutorial!