Cinema 4D Tut: NitroBlast Plugin Overview 1

Welcome to a series of tutorials on the C4D plugin “NitroBlast.” In the next week or two I will be diving into many of the functions of this plugin. It’s going to be a lot of fun!

VERY IMPORTANT: NitroBlast only works if you have the Studio version of C4D. If you only have Broadcast, it will not work correctly, since it uses many of the advanced dynamic settings etc.

 

You can find NitroBlast here: nitro4d.com/blog/donationware/nitroblast

12 Responses
  1. fasteddie

    Super cool Joren! Lazaros makes great plugins, but his English is not so good so these tuts are a life-saver!

    Thanks again dude! 🙂

  2. Thanks for the great intro to Nitro. No need apologize for for giving long tutorials. Take your time; they’re great, and I’m looking forward to the next one.

    Do you know how to make the fractures appear more jagged and grungy, less neat and tidy?

    On a side note, it’s hard to believe that were thinking so clearly at 6:44am. Wow!

  3. Thanks Shalom! I have some upcoming tuts to show a few different ways to effect the size, dimensions etc. of the chunks, so check back to the blog soon!
    Thanks for the comment, and yeah, you’re right, it’s a miracle I was awake at 6:44 on a Sat. much less making any sense!

  4. Tom Krueger

    Great tut Joren! I like the way you do these short ones getting right to the point. I was wondering where did you find the plugin that raises objects to floor level by clicking it’s button?
    Thanks a lot!
    Tom

  5. Hey thanks for the tutorials. Quick question about the falling pyramid… Is it possible to give it an initial spin as it’s falling (without breaking it apart mid-flight).. then when it touches ground have it shatter??

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