Shattering an Object in Cinema 4D with Destruction and Mograph 2

 

Today, I show you how to explode an object in Cinema 4D by first cutting up your object into pieces with a Plugin called Destruction. Then, we will use Mograph 2 MoDynamics to make the pieces fall on the ground.

Explosive TV Promo Graphics with Cinema 4D, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects

This is a screen capture of a recent Adobe After Effects e-seminar. Learn how Adobe Illustrator and Maxon Cinema 4D were used, along with stock footage from Video Copilot’s Action Essentials 2, to create explosive TV promo graphics.

Cinema 4D Particle Morph Using Mograph

You want to do use particles to morph one word into another? You don’t want to mess with all of the Xpresso scripting to do it with Thinking Particles? Here comes the MoGraph module to the rescue! Using an Inheritance effector and a Randomize effector you can get this effect done quickly and easily.

How to Export Your Scene from Cinema 4D to After Effects

This tutorial will show you how to prepare your renders in Cinema 4D for export into After Effects. Then, it will go though the process of importing your render into After Effects. It also shows you how to change lights and add textures in AE to finish compositing your 3D scene.

How to Set up Dome Lighting in Cinema 4D Using Mograph

You have your product or title object beautifully modeled and textured…but what about lighting? Well, one short answer is to look into Global Illumination. Another option fake GI with a complex lighting scheme. There are many options out there, here is one. We’re going to use MoGraph to make the setup a little easier and more flexible.