In this quick tip I’ll show you how to temporary disable the parent child relationship in a hierarchy so you can modify the parent without modifying the children. It’s simple, but super handy!
This quick tip was sent to me by Niko from nikomedia.at He’s got a lot of content over there. Make sure to send him a thank you! If you have any great tips to share, let me know at [email protected] and I can help spread the word and give you a shoutout!
Ever heard of SDS Weighting? Sounds daunting and technical. It’s really just a fancy way of saying you can tweak your subdivision surface to quickly give you more control over what areas it affects. This quick tip was sent to me by Niko from nikomedia.at He’s got a lot of content over there. Make sure to send him a thank you!
If you have any great tips to share, let me know at [email protected] and I can help spread the word and give you a shoutout!
This quick tip was sent to me by Julien Grandon. You can check out his work at www.artydonkey.com HUGE thanks to Julien for sharing!
In this tutorial I’ll show you a super fast way to fix any 3D models that have geometry issues when you import them. This happens all the time with models imported from random places like Turbosquid. They come in as .fbx or a 3ds max file and there are significant mesh issues. This tip will show you how to optimize the mesh to instantly fix these import issues. I hope you learned something new!
We just released the new Arnold Mutating Materials: Bricks Pack with over 270 epic materials! We wanted to give you a freebie too, so we’re giving away 10 of the materials for free. Enjoy!
If you like these, check out our full pack with over 270 brick textures!
In this quick tip I’ll show you how to quickly pick focus using the free PickFocusDistance plugin. If you’re using native C4D or some render engines that don’t include a easy way to pick focus, this will save you a TON of time.
Get the free plugin here: lasselauch.com/c4d-script-pickfocusdistance
This tip was given to me by Pascal Fuerst. Check out his stuff here: www.behance.net/PascalFuerst
Huge thanks to Pascal! If you have any great motion design tips, shoot me an e-mail to [email protected] and if I use them in my video I will give you a shoutout!
We have an awesome freebie for you today! This is by Dominik, who goes by Boxoffrogs. You can check out his renders here: artstation.com/boxoffrogs
The download is a Cinema 4D model of a sucker or lollipop. It’s lit/textured for Octane Render and includes many different lollipop texture variations. I really like the subtle cracks in the lollipop that he added with a Voronoi Fracture. It adds some really nice detail. Feel free to download and use for whatever you want. Make sure to check out Boxoffrogs on Artstation. Huge thanks to Domi for sharing!!
If you have any cool models/textures you want to share with the community, just e-mail me, [email protected] and I can help spread the world!
I very rarely post content that I haven’t made, but this one is really special so I’m sharing it. Gavin Shapiro (instagram.com/shapiro500) recorded this presentation for Maxon and the 3D and Motion Design Show. He shows his process for creating looping animations in Cinema 4D and it really blew my mind. The detail and explanation is really intriguing and polished. I thought it would be a really cool source of inspiration for you!
If you want some more “looping” animation tuts, here are a couple tutorials we have made:
Super quick tip for you today! I’ll show you how to project a Cinema 4D spline onto another object. It’s basic, but it’s super helpful if you didn’t know about it.