C4D Easter Egg Modeling – Cinema 4D Tutorial (Free Project)

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Today we’ll be modeling Easter Eggs in Cinema 4D. We’ll use the Voronoi Fracture and the Volume Builder in C4D to model the Easter Eggs.

You can download the free project file too and use it in your own motion graphics work. Let me know if you found it useful!

👉 Download Project File Here ➜ https://gum.co/CzvdD

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  1. hi everyone 🙂 I would like to buy a pc to or Mac for learn to use C4D but I’m lost with the infinity configuration…. witch configuration I must use ???

    thank’s 🙂

    1. Hey Hugo, Really depends what your goal is. If you are working as a freelance Mograph Artist with C4D (Like me) I’d suggest getting a PC mainly for price and ability to customize. I’m also a big advocate of GPU rendering, it’s much faster and kind of expected by clients these days so get yourself a good GPU thats compatible with your software, I have 2 x GTX 1080’s. Also dont settle for anything less than an i7 processor and get as much ram and SSD drives as you can. Hope that helps!

    2. thanks for you reply ! but I’m just a student in design and I just would like to learn C4D and make some product rendering 🙂 @CG Shortcuts

    3. In that case just grab a PC within your budget, all of the above will help though;)

  2. thank you for the good tut , pls make more tuts for c4d and 3d motion graphic :c , like making a smokey bird flying on film or smt plssssssssssss. <3

  3. awesome tut! Just a question, its there a way to smooth out even more without losing detail? I say because when i render i can clearly see the geometry faces.

    1. You could try subdividing your original egg mesh more to begin with

    1. Nice one mate! You can also post your stuff up on our Facebook group for other artists to see;)

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