C4D Mosplines – Cinema 4D Tutorial (Free Project)

Today we'll be creating this starfish / sea anemone / alien creature with Moslpines in Cinema 4D. We'll make its arms sway with dynamics and interact with our c4d scene.

Software: Cinema 4D
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Today we’ll be creating this starfish / sea anemone / alien creature with Moslpines in Cinema 4D. We’ll make its arms sway with dynamics and interact with our c4d scene.

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  1. im new here nice video. can you make more video like that. Thank you

    1. Cheers mate, welcome to the channel! I release a new video every Friday (just added a new one a few hours ago actually) If you hit subscribe you’ll never miss one;) thanks for watching!

    2. yes i full suscibe….thanks you i wait to learn something new

    1. Ha thought you were joking. Try taking it out of the dynamics tag a zero it out

  2. Really good tutorials, thank you so much… Just one thing, I would love to see the tutorial up to end including materials and lightning since when I finish the project I feel that something is missing… Anyway thank you one more time.

    1. Cheers mate! I try to cover one concept per tutorial so I can keep them all down to 10 minutes. I’m working on a series of long form classes that go over the full process for people who need them so I should hopefuly have something for you in 2019! Thanks for watching and check back soon. Merry Christmas!

    1. Hi Bill, Welcome to the channel mate! I dont go over the lighting and texturing every time because it’s often the same process. You can get the finished project with lights and textures on my Patreon page if you need it though, they’re all rendered in Octane. The good news is I’m working on a huge Octane Material course so hopefully that will help you out;) BTW we also have a fancy new website full of loads of CG Resources if you want to check it out https://www.cgshortcuts.com/ thanks for watching!

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