C4D Harry Potter Spawning Effect – Cinema 4D Tutorial (Free Project)

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Today we’ll be creating this Harry Potter Spawning Effect in Cinema 4D. We’ll be using XParticles in C4D to create particles that emit from dynamic collisions!

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/DTiFb

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  1. GREAT tutorial Dave! Thank you for taking time to figure that out. I´m about to try it out, also try Muhammed suggestions and see how it looks. I´ll figure how to make the initial animation before it spawns, it seems it has a little bit of vibration that increments until it multiplies. If I come up with something I´ll post it here. Thanks Again Dave, love your channel/facebook and your tutorials are short and easy to follow. Keep up the good work!!!

    1. No problem mate, looking forward to seeing what you come up with. I just hope I pronounced your name right;)

    2. @CG Shortcuts haha you pronounced it without the italian accent but it sounds good too! Thanks again Dave! Cheers!

    1. Hey Victor, this one is basicaly just a ‘tube’ for the ring and a ‘plane’ for the floor. I did the elvish text with a texture map;) Keeping it simple is usualy the best way. You can grab the full render ready scene from our Patreon page if you like. Ill hopefuly do more modelling tutes soon. BTW If you didn’t already know about it we now have a Facebook Group if you’d like to get involved http://www.facebook.com/groups/CGShortcuts. Thanks for watching!

  2. Hi Dave, great tutorial as always!! But is there a way to do it without x-particles? if so, can you please do a tutorial on it? thanks.

    1. Cheers Budo, I’m prety sure it can be done easy enough is C4D 20 with a vertex map and the new fields system. I’ll see what I can do;) BTW If you didn’t already know about it we now have a Facebook Group if you’d like to get involved http://www.facebook.com/groups/CGShortcuts. Thanks for watching!

    2. CG Shortcuts I’ve joined that group already!! Looking forward to the upcoming tutorial. Thanks Dave.

  3. Hi Dave,

    You’re amazing tutor. I like your teaching style

    Please make a complete course on Cinema 4d (modelling, texturing, lighting, rigging & animating). If you teach us doing motion graphics in cinema 4d it would be great. The way your youtube intro is created. Please refer to Anderson Silva classes on Udemy(it is in Portuguese). It would be great if you teach us complete Cinema 4d. Will be waiting for your courses on Udemy & Skillshare. Thank you Dave for teaching so cool.

    Thank You

    1. Thanks for the support Sumet! Great to hear mate! It just so happens I’m in the middle of developing a few courses with the aim of teching people a bit more in depth the ways of Cinema 4D, I’ll keep you posted! BTW we have an awesome new Facebook Group of artists now too if you’d like to get involved, you can ask questions, post your work, get free stuff and enter our CG challenges – there’s one on right now!  It’s Facebook.com/groups/cgshortcuts Thanks for watching!

    1. You just need some good UV’s on a Skull model, you could even paint it in bodypaint

    1. Good question mate, Im working on some huge texturing tutorials at the moment so hopefully I can help you out soon! BTW we have an awesome new Facebook Group of artists now too if you’d like to get involved, you can ask questions, post your work, get free stuff and enter our CG challenges – there’s one on right now!  It’s Facebook.com/groups/cgshortcuts Thanks for watching!

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