Join Thanassis Pozantzis for an in-depth discussion in this video Density (mass), part of Cinema 4D: Dynamics.
…In this video, I will spare you the…scientific details and move directly to the chase.…Let's talk about density and mass.…In order to demonstrate exactly what density and…mass is, I need to create a simple scene.…I'll create a cube 100 by 100 by 100.…Name it Cube Left, and move it to the left.…I'll make a copy of the cube.…Name it Cube Right, and place it towards the, come on, right.…
Exactly.…This amazing, you catch on really quickly.…Change the display settings.…So I have these two cubes.…I will select them at a rigid body tag.…And if I press play, you'll see that they just fall.…But that doesn't help me show my example.…So what I will do is go to the Project…Settings > Dynamics > General, and turn gravity to zero.…I want a weightless environment.…
When I press play, I don't want anything to move.…The next step is select the Cube Left, select the tag, go to…dynamics, I want to propel this cube this way, and this cube that way.…So obviously, we are moving the cube on the X axis.…I will go to my tag, go to custom initial velocity.…
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- Making objects fall with gravity
- Creating dynamic hierarchies
- Controlling the collision shape
- Adjusting properties like Bounce and Density
- Adding keyframed elements to a simulation
- Adjusting the dynamic simulation
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating a First Dynamic Simulation
2. Creating Complex Dynamic Objects
3. Physical Properties
4. Adding Keyframed Elements to Your Simulation
5. Fine-Tuning the Dynamic Simulation
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