Cinema 4D & Mograph Tutorial - Cloner Visibility through Effectors

Cinema 4D & Mograph Tutorial – Cloner Visibility through Effectors

Cinema 4D & Mograph Tutorial – Cloner Visibility through Effectors When using MoGraph in Cinema4D, the effectors can be used for several things other than affecting the position, rotation or scale.  Another option is to control the visibility of clones. If you switch to the Parameter tab of an appropriate effector, scroll down and you…

Making It Look Great 6 – Now Available

Making It Look Great 6: Design and Production Techniques for Cinema 4D and After Effects is now available. Work with me (Tim Clapham) through this 14 part, 8.5 hour video workshop. Jam-packed with techniques, tips and shortcuts, the workshop includes real-world techniques for getting the most out of the Cinema 4D Mograph module. Suitable for beginner and intermediate users…

Going Loopy?

Did you know that it is possible to loop noise in Cinema4D? This can open up many possibilities for you, not just with the use of materials, but also when working with objects such as the shader effector. You may want random motion, but need it to loop. So instead of using the random effector,…

Cinema 4D Tutorial - Displacement Using Splines

Cinema 4D Tutorial – Displacement Using Splines

Did you know you can use splines to create displacement? Using the MoGraph Displace Deformer this is actually quite a simple thing.  First of all you need a mesh to displace, then make the Displace Deformer a child of the mesh.  Well, as it is a deformer, you could place it in the same level…

Cinema 4D Tutorial – Stairs Alternating Colour

Cinema 4D Tutorial – Stairs Alternating Colour I was asked a question on www.fxphd.com how to alternate between two colours on a set of stairs that someone had built. I came up with three simple solutions that use the shader effector, the color shader and the multi shader. I thought I’d share the file here….