3 Day SALE!

Making It Look Great 7 and HDRI Light Kit Pro are now available in a THREE day sale. For only 3 days, Motionworks and Greyscalegorilla are getting together to bring you a bundle designed to help you get the most out of Cinema 4D. Learn real-world Cinema 4D MoGraph techniques and workflows with MILG07 and…

Making It Look Great 7 – Now Available

For more information and to purchase this comprehensive collection of Cinema4D tutorials please visit Motionworks Here is the final teaser for Making It Look Great 7 – MoGraph Unleashed. Making It Look Great 7 – Flourish from Tim Clapham on Vimeo.

Making It Look Great 7 – MoGraph Unleashed

Making It Look Great 7 – MoGraph Unleashed will be available on Motionworks next week. Comprising six unique collections of tutorials on the Cinema4D MoGraph Module. In total almost 8hrs of professional training. Follow helloluxx or Motionworks on Twitter to hear news of the availability. As soon as the download is online it will be…

3D World

The new 3D World magazine is on sale from today in the UK. I was offered the exciting opportunity of creating the cover artwork and a twenty second animation for this months issue. 3D World from Tim Clapham on Vimeo. Working with Mark Allin, an old friend and my ex-business partner from HYPA. We both…

MoGraph Tutorial - Using the Sort Options

MoGraph Tutorial – Using the Sort Options

In this short tutorial, I show you some more of the features available in the Cinema 4D MoGraph module. By using the Sort option in the Cloner, you can use Effectors to determine which clone from the hierarchy is displayed. The Sorted option in the Random Effector allows you to use each child of the…

Cinema4D Light Dome

Hi everyone and welcome to helloluxx, the new home of my blog. As a thank you for all the continued support, I’ve created a Light Dome scene that you can download for use in your own Cinema4D scenes. You will need MoGraph to use the setup and I created it using Cinema4D r11.5, but it…

Cinema 4D Tutorial - Randomness with Lights

Cinema 4D Tutorial – Randomness with Lights

Alex from aenhancers (awesome site by the way) asked an interesting question regarding the More Randomness post. He was interested to see if the same principle could be applied to lights. So I decided to do a quick test. The answer is to use the MoGraph Color Shader in the Transparency Channel and add this…