C4D Abstract Art with Deformers – Cinema 4D Tutorial (Free Project)

Today we'll be creating Abstract Art with Deformers in Cinema 4D. We'll cover a bunch of the main deformers you can use to create your own amazing Abstract Art in c4d.

Software: Cinema 4D
Tags: Modeling
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Today we’ll be creating Abstract Art with Deformers in Cinema 4D. We’ll cover a bunch of the main deformers you can use to create your own amazing Abstract Art in c4d.

This is a lesson from our Cinema 4D – Ultimate Abstract Art Course.
Available also on Skillshare.

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  1. Hey Dave, im a big fan of this channel. im always thankful for the resources you guys put out. i have a question. There’s a clip in the show American Gods that has been bugging my mind for some time now. this is the link to the clip https://youtu.be/DPq–fvKXdA?t=116 (when Mr World touches his head.) and also here https://youtu.be/jCKiHlu5eIE?t=50 . is it possible you do a tutorial to show how one can achieve such effects? Thank you in advance

    1. Cheers Leon, glad to hear mate! You could do this effect with the new fields in C4D v20, use the concepts in this video https://youtu.be/gwoCcPmXGg8 you can clone cuges on the same way similar to what the have on that guy. You could also use XParticles to get something like that, I have some XParticles tutes in the pipeline…

  2. Thanks Dave. I LOVE the tutorial and GOD BLESS YOU for you good work done. I will be very happy if you”d add the final render settings octane, I mean the final work preview. Thanks once again Teacher.

  3. Thanks for uploading great tutorial video.
    I apologize for my poor English.
    Could you upload lighting & material tutorial video?

  4. Hi Dave! Do you have a file how to make a background? And then I tried nothing. If you can discard the file with this background.

    1. Hi mate, the course has that full scene ready to render in octane and c4d standard if that’s what you’re looking for;)

    1. Hi mate, you dont need octane to complete this course. It’s mainly about creating the abstract shapes. Theres one lesson on setting up the render in c4d standard and one for octane for those who have it;)

    2. @CG Shortcuts awesome, thanks for clearing that up. it’s annoying when some tutorials require all these extra paid-plugins to get the desired effect. cheers.

    1. Cheers Mographer! If you make something cool feel free to post it up on our Facebook Group! Our New Monthly Challenge is on now and we’ve got some awesome prizes to give away too!

  5. <3 i wanna just leave work and work on 3d stuff :c

    i started recently, and thats where all my free time is spent now :c

    1. Welcome to the wonderful world of 3D Jose! We’ll keep cranking out the tutorials for you mate, you’ll pick it up in no time;) We’ve also got loads of extra resources on http://www.cgshortcuts.com and if you’d like to get involved you can join our CG Shortcuts Facebook Group http://www.facebook.com/groups/CGShortcuts where you can find more tutorials, get help, post your work and enter our monthly art challenges where you can win cool CG Prizes;) Thank’s for watching!

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