Join Alan Demafiles for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Cinema 4D: Cloth Simulations for Motion Graphics.
- So now that you've finished this course,…I highly encourage you to take a look at the library…at the other courses we have for CINEMA 4D,…including Animating Charts and Graphs for CINEMA 4D.…Lastly, cineversity.com is an excellent resource for…project-based learning and with lots of tips and tricks.…So thanks for joining me here, we'll see you next time.…
Cloth Simulations for Motion Graphics in CINEMA 4D is a project-based learning experience that follows three projects from start to finish: an animated flag blowing in the wind, opening and closing theater curtains, and a cloth-on-object logo reveal. Each project is rich with lessons that artists can adapt and apply to any cloth animation. Author Alan Demafiles will help viewers use the C4D Cloth tag and colliders, attach cloth to other geometry in a scene, loop simulations, correct imperfections with the morph deformer, and apply logos and other patterns to fabric. Start watching to incorporate cloth simulations into your mograph skillset.
- Creating geometry for cloth
- Working with the C4D Cloth tag
- Using caches
- Modeling and texturing cloth
- Adding constraints
- Attaching cloth to geometry
- Creating cloth collisions
- Adding lights
- Animating morphs and reveals
- Rendering the cloth animation
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Core Concepts
2. Creating a Flag
3. Creating Theater Curtains
4. Creating the Reveal Cloth
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