How to Offset Sketch & Toon Stroke Draw On Animations in Cinema 4D

May 22, 2015

In this tutorial I’ll be covering a quick, easy, and keyframeless way to offset the animating on of all the strokes applied to your 3D objects using Cinema 4D’s Sketch and Toon.  First I’ll go over all the different Draw options for animating S&T strokes on and things to keep in mind when it comes to animating strokes on.  Then I’ll demonstrate how you can offset the line art strokes so it’s not a uniform draw on like many of the standard Draw options.  I’ll show some of the things you need to know to have full control over how they draw on as well as providing a few tips on how to avoid lines randomly popping on and off during the animation.

Here’s a previous tutorial where I go over the general Draw options.

Learn how to apply this line art style look to your 3D objects using Sketch and Toon


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1 Comment
  • Super nice tutorial. I am wondering if you draw within c4d or import from somewhere else? i havent been able to find a tutorial and i seems like the link is dead?

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