C4D Plugin Tutorial: Greebler

Greebler C4D Plugin Tutorial Cinema4D1
In this video I’ll show you how to use “Greebler” which is a C4D plugin by Kuroyume’s DevelopmentZone. This plugin basically takes your simple geometry, and makes it look very complicated and detailed instantly.
It’s a really cool concept, with many applications, the most obvious being sci-fi looks. Any time you need more complex, detailed geometry to give the impression of massive detail, this plugin will be very useful!
Get the 30 day trial version here: http://bit.ly/INGHE0

    1. Joey Camacho
      Joey Camacho05-28-2012

      Great rundown. Thanks for that. Have you experienced any problems with R13? I noticed the releases on the download page only go to R12.

      • Joren

        Nope, no issues that I can find with R13. I did the tut with R13 too, so everything you see should work fine!

    2. Izzy

      Nice! a tut on Memorial day bro! Have a good one! 🙂

    3. DAN

      Anyone having trouble with the Demo in R12? Won’t accept “DEMO”

    4. DAN

      Ah, i’m trying to use it on a license server. No go.

    5. Copenhagen

      Hi Joren,

      Thx again for a exellent quick tut.
      What are your render settings on 01:55 when you make those fast renders. I like the speed and the look of it.

      Thank you.

    6. Joren

      Copenhagen, I lit that with regular lights, one in front, one in background, the one in BG had a slight blue tint to it. They had soft shadows on. The key is I turned on Ambient Occlusion to get the really nice shadowy look. No GI for fast renders. Cheers!

    7. illd

      thx for this tip – I think I give greebler a go…

    8. rich

      Awesome, i remember this being a max only plugin when i first started using 3D 10 years ago, def gonna have to get this

    9. Robert Templeton
      Robert Templeton06-11-2012

      Dan: Yeah, this is something that all of us plugin developers for Cinema 4D have been asking to have fixed for some time. The Maxon License Server will not accept demo time-trials so it must be done in Cinema 4D itself. The only way that I think you could work this is to use Cinema 4D directly without the License Server providing the serial number(s) – either in a separate install or maybe using a Cinema 4D demo install.

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    11. enrico

      Hi, this tutorial is really interesting!!!
      Can you talk about the custom settings? I would like to use my own shape, but i’m not able to do that. can you help me?


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