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In this two-part video, we’ll tackle creating a dynamic rig to make objects in Cinema4D buoyant. Objects that will dynamically move up and down with waves and create ripples as they pass through the surface of the water.
In part one we tackle the buoyancy. Using Wind Forces that stick to an animated water surface that drive the dynamic object to bob up and down on the surface. We even set up the ability for the objects to surf down the slope of the wave.
In part two we use the Jiggle Deformer in C4D and more Particle Forces to drive splashing effects on the water surface itself.
Example Camera Moves
In this Cinema 4D Tutorial, Nick shows you how to use the Signal Camera Animation Rig to make unique logo and title animations in C4D. Later on in the video, Nick shows you how to build the rig from scratch using Signal.
Our very own Chris Schmidt tackles a much requested sequel to Quick C4D Tips and Tricks tutorial with another 50 minutes of a little known features of C4D and tips for speeding up workflow. Learn tricks to clean up points and polygons fast, drive clones with Effectors AFTER dynamics, get more randomness from your Cloners, and so much more. This video is part of the NAB 2017 Rewind courtesy of Cineversity.
Cut your Physical Render Time in Half with this time saving Cinema 4D Tutorial. Optimize the Physical Renderer for speed with Reflectance.
Watch This Short Tutorial
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to deflate and inflate objects using Soft Body Dynamics in Cinema 4D!
Want to learn more about Soft Body Dynamics?
Topics covered include:
• Prepping Motext or any extruded objects for soft body dynamics
• Learn about soft body dynamics Springs & their settings
• Using Dynamic Springs to deflate our object
• Using an object as a dynamic collider body
• Learning about Collision Shape options
• Using Soft Body Dynamics Stiffness settings to inflate our object
If you have any questions about Inflating or Deflating Objects Using Soft Body Dynamics in Cinema 4D, be sure to post it in the comments section! If you make anything inflating or deflating using soft body dynamics, be sure to share it with me on Twitter or in the Comments! Thanks for watching!