Some general examples using the Python node in MASH. (more specific tut with a breakdown of options/features to follow) Created using Maya 2017. MASH is now an Autodesk product and started shipping with Maya 2016 Extension 2.
A powerful setup to drive any parameter in c4d with the morgaph module. By outputting either position, scale or rotation from a cloner, changing it with a rangemapper and outputting to any parameter/value. Can also be done with multiple clones with iteration. Fast setup, aalot of possibilites! A lot of me talking – but what […]
Using an Xpresso setup, Orestis Konstantinidis demonstrates how you are able to have a shader or texture stick across cloners that can be used along side MoGraph Effectors, and as an example, shares a scene where thousands of cubes fall, displaying a logo by their color and seemingly, their arrangement.In this tutorial we will see […]
Stephen Turcotte takes a look at using the Mograph module and the Plane Effector in Cinema 4D to cleverly create the growing of a buckyball like shape over time.In this tutorial we learn how to create a growing atom effect using MoGraph and the Plain EffectorUsing the the Mograph Cloner to clone the spheres and […]
This is a follow up on my last tutorial: http://www.thepixellab.net/c4d-quick-tip-baking-deformers-or-effectors In that one I went over baking deformers or effectors and creating a polygon object. I had some questions asking if you could bake the animation of your deformer or effector as well. This tutorial shows you how to use the c4d point cache tag […]
This time we show you how to bake mograph animations to single objects by using a simple XPresso setup. Download example scene: http://bit.ly/19p5pcm For more interesting stuff visit our blog: fuchsundvogel.de/blog
Walking through creating an animation where particles fly in to create the text in the scene, School of Motion’s Joey Korenman provides another opportunity to see workflow in action, which includes dead end strategies and work-arounds.The effect we create is a flurry of snowflakes that land and build on some typeHere, Joey covers quite a […]
If you have ever wondered what a “fully self educated motion graphics artists” can achieve, then please take a look at Philipp Pavlov’s show-reel, as that is exactly how he describes himself. Here, Philipp shows how he created and animated the rotating tiles for the intro of his demo reel.a few interesting techincs used when […]