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Working With the ThinkParticle Toolkit to Build Turbulent Strands in Cinema 4D

Vimeo isn’t taking our audio. We are currently working on fixing this. In this tutorial we use the TP Toolkit found at http://www.thinkparticle.com/shop to create some really cool dynamic strands. Save 15% on your cart on our blog with the discount code: strandstutorial This will be a fun video that takes just over half and […]

Maya | Enhancing Character Rigs With nHair

Stephie provides a great introductory overview for when, where and how to to use nHair in Autodesk Maya character rigs, sharing a technique for gaining more control over Maya’s nHair when used for animation.A quick introduction to nHair where I will show a nice technique I learned to get more control over nHair for animationStephie […]

How to Use Hair to Render Edges in Cinema 4D

This tutorial is a quick answer to a question from one of my students. Intrigued by the rendering speed of hair, he asked if it was possible to render every edge of a object as a hairline. Of course this is possible with Sketch and Toon, but if you still want to stick to Hair […]

Blender | Creating Animal Fur With Hair Particles and Cycles

Blendfile and part 2: http://blenderdiplom.com/en/tutorials/all-tutorials/536-tutorial-fur-with-cycles-and-particle-hair.html?start=1 Jonathan Lampel shows you how to create animal fur with the hair particle system in Blender.

Creating Topological Art with Maya’s XGen

This movie shows you how to use XGen to create a series of primitive cubes, then adjust their heights and color via ptex map to create interesting works of art. More examples: http://youtu.be/mXR1cFzi884 Level: Beginner Recorded in: Maya 2015 ext

Using Maya’s XGen to Create and Style Hair

This movie shows you how to use a spline/guide approach to create basic hair using the XGen arbitrary primitive generator. Level: Beginner Recorded in: Maya 2014 extension Files used: http://areadownloads.autodesk.com/wdm/maya/htm_dyn_xgen_hair_part1.zip

Convert a Static Library Tree to a Dynamic One, Using C4D Hair

A quick way to make a dynamic tree blowing in a wind out of a content library model using hair module. Song: Moderat – Milk

Cloning Objects Onto Cinema 4D’s Hair System

Digital Sandwich’s Glen Faught shows how to instance objects on the Hair System in Cinema 4D instead of using a Cloner Object in C4D. This carries the benefit of having objects behave with the same parameters that are typically reserved for the Hair System in Cinema 4D.This technique would be very useful for any object […]

3 Ways to Align and Attach Objects on a Deforming Mesh in Maya

3 ways to attach and align objects to a deforming mesh.

Tips For Creating Short Hair With Maya’s Xgen

Tips and tricks to do short hair in Maya using XGen. Look at my Channel for more XGen tutorials:-)

Animate Easy Dynamic IK Chains With Cinema 4D

https://vimeo.com/channels/c4dsilenttips – https://twitter.com/Munkstudios This tip uses: Joints, IK, SP turbulence, Skin, Loft In this silent tip I use the standard particle effectors to animate a dynamic IK chain of joints. This is a really useful little trick for animating things like tentacles. You can view part 2 of this tip here https://vimeo.com/130189799 C4D silent tips […]

Creating Dynamic Grass Using Cinema 4D’s Hair Module

Tutorial Link: http://cg.tutsplus.com/?p=22109 Cinema 4D’s easy to use hair module enables us to create any type of hair object by its comprehensive options and powerful tools. In this tutorial, the Hair module will be used in order to create a realistic grass effect which will also dynamically interact with a collider object.

Creating Simple Grass With C4D Hair

This time we share with you the grass setup we used for our VRAYforC4D Sneak Peek. It is based on Cinema 4D Hair split in two layers. Download Realistic Grass with Hair: http://bit.ly/1SmCAju For more interesting stuff visit our blog: fuchsundvogel.de/blog Grass Texture by Steves Ideas: www.stevesideas.net/2009/12/30/vray-displacement-grass-free-large-grass-texture

Create Stray Hairs from One Xgen Description in Maya

How to use expressions to work with stray hairs in XGen Look at my Channel for more XGen tutorials:-)

New Free Tool Converts ZBrush Fibermesh to C4D Hair

It works with all kinds of Fibermesh (any profile or segments settings). Hope this helps. And please let me know if you have any questions. Download the script: https://www.dropbox.com/s/s8eldesblu12pzs/Convert-Zbrush-Fibermesh-to-Hair-2.rar?dl=0 Or copy the codes here: http://lab.shawnwangvfx.com/post/148345796420/c4d-python-convert-zbrush-fibermesh-to-c4d-hair (Music: Grimes – Symphonia IX (My Wait Is U))

Building a Tree Using Cinema 4D’s Hair Module

Create a growing tree effect in Cinema 4D using hair dynamics. Part 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQwAgPYpO-Q Motion Squared Texture Packs – http://bit.ly/1SFz7tk Twitter – http://twitter.com/motionsquared Facebook – http://facebook.com/motionsquarednet Instagram – http://instagram.com/motionsquared Free Cinema 4D Textures – http://bit.ly/1Mlq842

Using Dynamic IK for Animating a Group of Tentacles in C4D

London based digital effects studio, Munk Studios have been posting some really useful “silent” tips for working with Cinema 4D. Here, they post a look at how to get get a group of tentacles moving using Dynamic IK in Cinema 4D.use the standard particle effectors to animate a dynamic IK chain of joints.A dynamic IK […]

Tips for Rendering Maya XGen Fur with Arnold

How to go about texturing your groom in Xgen using SA Arnold. This video is from http://blaabjergb.com/ for more tutorials visit this page. Linkedin: dk.linkedin.com/pub/bjørn-blaabjerg-søre­nsen/30/410/465/ Bjørn Blaabjerg Sørensen

A Quick Tip to Make Hair Fall Out in Cinema 4D

Cinema 4D Quicktip: Hair falls out only works with guides, not with render hairs -hair object: dynamics/disable fixed roots -menu: Simulate/Hair Edit/Unroot Guides -hair object: animate dynamics/hold roots

Using Cinema 4D’s Hair Module to Paint Objects on a Surface

Yader, (Derya Öztürk) posts a little hack showing how to evenly paint objects on a Surface using Cinema 4D’s Hair Module and the guides tools for controlling the distance the objects have from each other.This is a neat hack if one has to paint objects onto a surface without overlapYader notes that you are able […]