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Hellooo! I’m Russ Etheridge, today we’re going to take a closer look at the Character Object in Cinema 4D. By the end of the class you’ll be able to set up your own character object rig for binding, posing and animation! Keep in mind I gloss over the binding section and go with the automatic binding for this rig which just about works for this character. This is more of an overview of how to use the character object itself and binding and weighting for rigs is a rabbit hole of it's own. This class is a small taste of my full indepth rigging class available on Skillshare. You'll get access to my character model for building your own first rig, and also included is my finished rig to explore and play around with. To dive deep into rigging and build your own full character, plus a 14-day free trial of Skillshare premium follow this link 🤍 Introduction 00:00 Character Object: Pros and Cons 00:47 Character Object: Building the Rig 03:13 Adjusting the Rig 06:31 Binding and Animation 08:00 Outro 11:14
I was searching for a fast way of rigging character because I've got so much to do and not want to waste time on rigging. Then I came across this plugin which I feel I am going to include in my workflow. This is no advert whatsoever. But I just felt then need to share since I see the future with this tool and would love that you guys test it out too. FOLLOW ALONG AND TELL ME IN THE COMMENT SECTION IF YOU THINK THIS PLUGIN IS WORTH TRYING OUT OR NOT. - Please like and share this video because it helps me a lot in the #Youtube Algorithm. If you are new to this channel, Please do subscribe to it because I make tutorials like this every week. Support me through: Paypal 🤍 Patreon 🤍 SUBSCRIPTION LINK: 🤍youtube.com/jouleconcepts SOCIAL MEDIA: FB INSTAGRAM Jouleconcepts 🤍Jouleconcepts TWITTER PINTEREST 🤍Jouleconcepts 🤍Jouleconcepts REDDIT Jouleconcepts Thanks and #GodBlessYou all
In this #Cinema4D tutorial, EJ is going to show you how to use Mixamo and Cinema 4D R21's #Mixamo Control Rig to easily rig and animate a biped character! Bendy Limbs Rig for Cinema 4D: 🤍 RH Character Tools: 🤍 Using C4D Motion Clips to Blend Mixamo Animations: 🤍 — 00:00 Preparing model for FBX export 05:18 Intro to Mixamo 13:38 Importing rigged Mixamo FBX file into C4D 16:06 RH Character Tools (🤍 16:44 Setting up Mixamo Control Rig 19:45 Using Mixamo Control Rig Controls 23:10 Recap — Join the Eyedesyn Tutorials Facebook Group - 🤍 Watch over 150 more FREE tutorials - 🤍 👉 SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 NEW TO 3D? Watch the FREE Cinema 4D Lite for the 2D Animator series! 🤍 What type of tutorials would you like to see next? Leave a comment! Got a tutorial suggestion? Let me know! 🤍 — FOLLOW EYEDESYN ON THE WEB: Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Dribbble - 🤍 Behance - 🤍 — What You'll Learn in This Video: In this #Cinema4D tutorial, EJ is going to show you how to use Mixamo and Cinema 4D R21's #Mixamo Control Rig to easily rig and animate a biped character! This tutorial is for any level of Cinema 4D user. — To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: 🤍
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In this tutorial you'll get an intro to Mechanical IK rigging and animating in Cinema 4D as well as learning to add springy type movements using Constraint Tags! Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoy this tutorial & check out more tutorials at 🤍 New to 3D? Watch my FREE Cinema 4D Lite for the 2D Animator series! 🤍 Got an idea for a tutorial you'd like to see? Contact me here: 🤍 Check out my other tutorials at 🤍 Intro to Mechanical IK Rigging in Cinema 4D Topics Include: • The differences between FK (Forward Kinematics) and IK (Inverse Kinematics) • Setting up the correct object hierarchy for rigging • Introduction to the IK Tag and IK Goals & Poles • Learning about Freeze Transformations & Reset PSR • Using the Constraint Tag 'Up Vector' option • Utilizing the Protection Tag to prevent unwanted movements • Animating springy movement using the Constraint Tag 'Spring' option If you have any questions about Mechanical IK Rigging in Cinema 4D, post them in the comments section! If you create anything using this technique, be sure to share it with me! Share your work with me: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Thanks for watching! This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG
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Intro to Rigging in C4D: Part 5 - More on the Character Object and Features Join Cinema 4D expert instructor Joe Herman for a comprehensive six-part webinar series that will show you how to use the world-class rigging tools in Cinema 4D. Follow Joe on Twitter & Instagram: 🤍JoeHermanArtist Episode 5: More on the Character Object and Features - Animation tips with the Character Object rig - How and when to switch between IK and FK using the Character Object rig - Using CMotion on a Character Object rig Download project files and course outline: 🤍 Ask a question: askthetrainer🤍maxon.net Rigging is a crucial skill to have in the field of computer animation, enabling you to animate fully articulated 3D characters, anthropomorphic forms, mechanical objects and more. This series will start with the fundamentals and progress to accomplished rigging concepts, including point weighting, constraints, FK, IK and pose morphs. It will also cover other important topics such C-Motion, C4D's powerful tool to generate cyclical motion, and the Pose Library, a critical tool for performing character animation. Get comfortable with rigging in just 6 weeks! These 2-hour sessions are designed for artists with little to no experience in rigging and will be run inside of Cinema 4D R25, with sample project files and assets provided. Attendees are invited to follow along with the techniques shown throughout the session, however they are also recorded and available to re-watch in your own time. 00:00:00 Welcome 00:01:26 Course Overview 00:04:09 Today's Session 00:08:30 Housekeeping 00:10:05 Character Object [CO] 00:12:36 Binding 00:16:50 Weighting [W] 00:25:02 Shoulder 00:32:36 Forearm, twist 00:37:55 Lower Body 00:40:49 Leg 00:43:31 Shoes 00:47:56 Belt 00:49:04 Hands 01:03:00 Head 01:04:54 Jaw 01:07:25 W-Eyes,Hat, teeth 01:11:17 Q Auto-weight 01:12:28 Q Accumulating Weight 01:13:16 Q Increase all weight 01:16:49 Q Which joint first 01:18:58 Q Selecting all points 01:22:33 Animate, Controller 01:23:56 Hands, IK 01:29:50 IK to FK switch 01:36:11 Hands 01:39:52 Collar bone, shoulder 01:40:51 Upper, IK-FK shoulder 01:43:01 Torso, Pelvis 01:45:22 Feet 01:48:54 IK Leg Controls 01:54:43 Example Squash, Stretch 02:02:25 Individual Controls 02:09:30 Head Controls 02:14:27 Q IK and Constrain [Box] 02:19:25 Q Standards, Naming, Col 02:22:46 Q Fixing after Animation 02:27:16 Comments 02:28:50 Next part (6) 02:32:53 Housekeeping, thank you!
🤍 for more tutorials Here i cover what up vectors are in c4d, with the help of a canon and a little missile launcher, but these techniques are useful in a variety of places, such as forearm twist, eye rigging etc etc etc.. Check out my page for more free tutorials and rigged characters.
Basic character rigging tutorial using Cinema 4d. Character Rigging Starts- 4:00 Adding Controls Start- 27:35 Character Weighting Start- 1:27:11 If video playback is to fast or to slow, just go to settings on bottom right and adjust PLAYBACK SPEED. Cinema 4D is a 3D modeling, animation, motion graphic and rendering application developed by MAXON Computer GmbH in Germany. It is capable of procedural and polygonal/subd modeling, animating, lighting, texturing, rendering, and common features found in 3D modeling applications. Any and all Cinema 4d tutorials suggestions are welcome from Subscribers, so Please like, share and subscribe for future content. Thanks for watching.
One of the most popular After Effects tools ever created is the amazing Joystick n’ Sliders. This clever script has spawned a huge number of Instagram-worthy character rig breakdowns, all thanks to its simplistic approach to rig controls. And now, EJ is here to show you how to replicate this workflow in Cinema 4D! Download the project file: 🤍 #cinema4d #c4d #cgi #motiondesign #animated #mdcommunity #3drender #maxon #mograph #art #design #creative #instaart #3D #animation #motiongraphics #material - Auto-Generated Transcript Below 👇 EJ Hassenfratz (00:00): In this video, I'm going to introduce you to the ever popular joystick and slider workflow. That's actually native inside of cinema 4d. Let's go ahead and check it out. Music (00:12): [intro music] EJ Hassenfratz (00:21): Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you've probably heard of the after effects plugin by the very talented Mike Overbeck called joysticks and sliders, that allows you to interpolate between different poses to create complex animations very easily. Now you see this being used a ton to easily rig up character face and mouth animations inside of two Dean it's actually based on an originated from the concept of using joysticks and slider controls for facial animation inside of 3d. And that's what we're going to be covering today, showing you how to build that joystick and slider workflow inside of cinema 4d. Go ahead and be sure to download the free project file. So you can follow along. You can find that download link in the video description character, we're going to be animating, and we're going to animate the eyebrows here and the mouth, which is actually part of a mesh here you can see. EJ Hassenfratz (01:12): And basically what we're going to do is use something called a pose morph tag, or a blend shapes, which is what it's also called in other 3d apps to kind of control and store poses of our geometry. So like positions or, uh, you can see my eyebrows are made up of splines. So even like spline distortion, mesh distortion, if you, you know, move polygons or points on a mesh like the face here, what a pose more, it does, it stores all that stuff and allows you to blend between different poses or deformation states, which is really, really cool. So when I've taught around, let me just go ahead and show you really quick, what the pose morph tag does. So what I'm going to do as I got my eyebrow group here, and what I'll do is I know I want to morph both of these eyebrows. EJ Hassenfratz (01:57): Okay. I want to move them up and maybe adjust the splines here to kind of maybe have them arch a little bit more. Uh, so two things I want to record the position and then also the points on the spline. So what I'm going to do is on this eyebrow, no I'm going to right click good rigging tags and go to pose morph. Now, what pose morph allows you to do is store a bunch of these different options here. So business and scale rotation points, UVS parameters. So think of parameters like a bend, a former strength like that. Strength parameter is a parameter. It would store that a user data, which is like custom user data and hierarchy, which is very important for us specifically because we have two splines that are going to drive our eyebrow geometry, which is basically just capsules that are being deformed by a spline wrap and being deformed by the splines. EJ Hassenfratz (02:49): So basically all we need to do is really just move these spline points around and move the position and stuff, and we should get a really nice eyebrow animation. We get to check on all the things we want to store. Now, you know, we, we know we want to adjust points. We know we want to move position. We could move scale. One of the rules of thumb is I always put, I always check on way more than I really need here. Uh, and the thing is, is that it's way easier to uncheck some of these options than to go back and check them back on because it can totally screw everything up. So I always like to, you know, go a little overkill. So I know I'm going to store position. So I'm going to check that on. And one of the annoying little things is that the moment you check on one of those little mixing options, it's going to dump you into the tag tab. For the full transcript visit: 🤍
This video was sponsored by Skillshare. Sign up via this link and get two FREE months of Skillshare Premium ➜ 🤍 Today we'll be looking at a few techniques for rigging splines in Cinema 4D. We'll use Spline IK and the tracer to create 2 spline rigging setups in C4D. 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! - Dave Bergin Shortcuts to Better Digital Art from a Freelance Digital Artist. 👉 Download Project Files Here ➜ 🤍 ⭐ Get unlimited access to all Render Ready Project Files by joining us on Patreon here➜: 🤍 😃 To share your work with the CG Community you can post on the Facebook group, would love to see what you've made with the tutorials! Join here: 🤍 💻 Get more tutorials and resources on our New Website! 🤍 ⭐CHECK OUT OUR NEW COURSE⭐ The Ultimate Octane Masterclass. Includes Octane Materials + Lighting and Rendering Course. ⭐ Available here ➜ 🤍 👉 Get More Videos and Free Stuff - Subscribe ➜ 🤍 Ask me a Question or let me know what you want to see next in the comments section below! ▼ FOLLOW US ▼ ⭐ Website: 🤍 🎓 Courses: 🤍 ❤ Patreon: 🤍 😃 Facebook: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🐤 Twitter: 🤍 📑 Reddit: 🤍 🎓 Skillshare: 🤍 🎓 Udemy: 🤍 🎨 Behance: 🤍 #CGShortcuts #Cinema4D #C4D
Part 1 of the tutorial series. Here i will quickly go through the main techniques you can use to make proper character topology. 00:25 C4D Tools: 🤍 00:42 HB Modeling Bundle: 🤍 00:58 Wrap 3: 🤍 01:19 Zbrush Zremesher: 🤍 01:33 Mixamo: 🤍mixamo.com
Cinema 4D Release 23 includes two new presets for the Character Object that allow users to easily define character rigs that make it easy to animate toon-styled characters with bendy limbs and to perform joint-based animation of a face.
Ya nos vá quedando menos de esta amplia y complicada etiqueta, hoy vamos a ver el rigging de insectos (que tambien podriamos aplicar a moluscos y otros animales marinos). Vamos a usar esta vez la plantilla insecto para crear un bicho imaginario de muchas patas, alas, mandibulas y antenas. Dejo aqui el enlace a la descarga de la libreria SCULPTING donde podréis conseguir los mismos modelos que he usado yo para el rigging de este seria de videos, bajaroslo porque en los siguientes tutoriales usaré los diferentes BASE MESH de esta libreria como ejemplos para riggear 🤍 🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛🐛 Un consejo!! para seguir bien este tutorial, que os miréis los 2 anteriores sobre CMOTION que publique estas semanas atrás y que complementan a este. Un saludo a todos!! Si os ha gustado este tutorial, os invisto a SUSCRIBIROS y darme LIKE!!! para que siga subiendo este material. ¡Grácias y nos vemos! FACEBOOK - para consultar que requieran explicacion con capturas de pantalla, usar este canal. 🤍 BLOG - Aqui encontrarás información adicional y un Foro personalizado 🤍 TWITTER - para estar Alerta de nuevos tutos. 🤍 EQUIPAMIENTO USADO intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 cpu 🤍3.60 GHz Memoria 8,00GB Sistema operativo windows 10 64 bits Tarjeta grafica Nvidia GTX 770 GEFORCE DISCO DURO SSD 500 GIGAS DISCO DURO 1.5 TERAS 7200 RPM DISCO DURO 300 GIGAS 5200 RPM PANTALLA HP DE 27 PULGADAS MICROFONO CONCEPTRONIC DE CONDENSADOR
In this Quick Tip, Jonas Pilz shows how to transfer mocap data from the Content Browser over to a character in Cinema 4D R23. He starts with a character he pre-rigged using the Mixamo Control Rig template from the Character object and guides you through the quick process of creating a Character Definition. After that, he adds some mocap data from the new Motion Capture content library to the scene and transfers the animation over to the character using the new Motion Solver tag. Recorded in Cinema 4D R23. - Check out more Cinema 4D Quick Tips: 🤍 - Learn more about Cinema 4D: 🤍 - Download a free Cinema 4D demo version: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed about all news about Cinema 4D: 🤍 - Follow Maxon Cinema 4D on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoy this tutorial! In this 2 part tutorial, you'll get a quick intro to using Spline IK to rig a cartoon character for a walk cycle. Watch Part 2 "Animating a Walk Cycle in Cinema 4D" here: 🤍 Want to learn more about FK and IK? Watch this in depth tutorial on Cinema 4D rigging basics: 🤍 New to 3D? Watch my FREE Cinema 4D Lite for the 2D Animator series! 🤍 Got an idea for a tutorial you'd like to see? Contact me here: 🤍 Part 1 topics include: • Going over the basics of rigging with Spline IK • Using Spline Wrap for our arm and leg rigs • Explaining and setting up IK Goals If you have any questions on Rigging and Animating a Character Walk Cycle, be sure to post it in the comments section and if you create any fun walking characters, be sure to share it with me on Twitter or in the Comments! Thanks for watching! Watch both parts of the Rigging and Animating a Character Walk Cycle in Cinema 4D tutorial here: 🤍 This was recorded live on the Live Design Stream. To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: bit.ly/1e22BRG Check out my other tutorials at 🤍 Follow me: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Vimeo: 🤍
Support the channel on Patreon! 🤍 Consider supporting the channel on my Gumroad! Buy this rigged & textured model: 🤍 In this C4D tutorial I'll show you how I rig and animate the hand model we created in the last tutorial. We'll go over how to create a healthy skeleton, how to approach weight painting, and how to create an efficient animation system using the Pose-Morph tag. As a bonus, I'll also show you how to mirror any rig that you have while keeping all the weights. Stay tuned for the next part, where we'll be UV unwrapping this model. Don't worry, it's way easier than it sounds! Follow me on IG: instagram.com/ojeng 00:00 - Intro 00:37 - Setting Up the Rig 07:05 - Binding the Rig to the Mesh 07:40 - Refining the Weights 13:23 - Creating a Mirrored Rig 09:33 - Modeling the Rest of the Hand 14:12 - Setting Up Poses for Animation 18:33 - Outro You can also buy this model unrigged & textured: 🤍 Or unrigged & untextured: 🤍 Thank you!
Quick and easy way of rigging an IK system and make it dynamically reactive. I hope you find it useful. Please like if you did, and subscribe since there are going to be more tips and tricks updated soon. Also Comment if have ANY QUESTIONS. DM me on my IG: 🤍 Thankyou.
We have launched an online course on how to bring almost any 3D character to life, whether it is a person, a robot, or even a jellyfish. Hurry to enroll in Rigging and Animation in Cinema 4D: 🤍 If you want to animate characters without leaving near and dear Cinema 4D, you are in the right place. In this course, you will learn how to create a rig that can be quickly and easily animated manually or automatically. Whatever character you have, whether it is a person or a robot, a centipede or a jellyfish, understanding the basics of rigging together with simulations, xPresso, and a bit of Maths will make you practically almighty. We will start simple, with questions: Do you need a rig at all? What cases do require it? And when can you avoid it substituting it with clusters, vertex maps, and deformers? After that, we will gradually proceed from using Cinema 4D’s standard systems to creating our own ones. This course is for those who have very recently discovered Cinema 4D. You should be prepared that rigging requires a high level of concentration as well as some experience in working with 3D.
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Siguiendo con la serie de tutoriales sobre la etiqueta personajes en cinema 4d, hoy es el turno de la plantilla para animarles cuadrúpedos como puede ser un caballo, gato o como en el tutorial, un perro. Hay ligeras diferencias con respecto a los bipedos, pero con la plantilla de personaje, podremos riggear cualquier animal de 4 patas. Os invito a suscribiros y a darme LIKE si os ha gustado y os resulta útil. NO OS PERDAÍS NINGUN TUTORIAL Dejo aqui el enlace a la descarga de la libreria SCULPTING donde podréis conseguir el mismo modelo que he usado yo para el rigging, bajaroslo porque en los siguientes tutoriales usare los diferentes BASE MESH de esta libreria como ejemplos para riggear 🤍 Un consejo!! para seguir bien este tutorial, que os miréis los 2 anteriores sobre CMOTION que publique estas semanas atrás y que complementan a este. Un saludo a todos!! Si os ha gustado este tutorial, os invisto a SUSCRIBIROS y darme LIKE!!! para que siga subiendo este material. ¡Grácias y nos vemos! FACEBOOK - para consultar que requieran explicacion con capturas de pantalla, usar este canal. 🤍 BLOG - Aqui encontrarás información adicional y un Foro personalizado 🤍 TWITTER - para estar Alerta de nuevos tutos. 🤍 EQUIPAMIENTO USADO intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 cpu 🤍3.60 GHz Memoria 8,00GB Sistema operativo windows 10 64 bits Tarjeta grafica Nvidia GTX 770 GEFORCE DISCO DURO SSD 500 GIGAS DISCO DURO 1.5 TERAS 7200 RPM DISCO DURO 300 GIGAS 5200 RPM PANTALLA HP DE 27 PULGADAS MICROFONO CONCEPTRONIC DE CONDENSADOR
In this #Cinema4D tutorial, EJ is going to show you how to rig and animate a simple object or character using the easy FFD rigging workflow! Download Project Files: 🤍 Bendy Limbs Rig for Cinema 4D: 🤍 Intro to Rubber Hose Rigging Tutorial: 🤍 Intro to Mechanical IK #Rigging - 🤍 00:43 - Intro to FFD Deformer 05:12 - Using Joints to Rig up FFD 07:53 - Binding Joints to FFD Deformer 08:27 - Intro to Weight Tags & Weights 09:57 - How to Adjust Weights 12:15 - Setting up Controllers 15:12 - How FFD Rigs Combine Bend, Twist, Squash & Stretch Deformer Functionality 16:28 - Fixing Weights Using Weight Tool 19:37 - Rigging Limbs with FFDs 21:38 - Using Freeze Transformation 23:40 - Adjusting FFD Cage Size 26:30 - Recap — Join the Eyedesyn Tutorials Facebook Group - 🤍 Watch over 150 more FREE tutorials - 🤍 👉 SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 NEW TO 3D? Watch the FREE Cinema 4D Lite for the 2D Animator series! 🤍 What type of tutorials would you like to see next? Leave a comment! Got a tutorial suggestion? Let me know! 🤍 — FOLLOW EYEDESYN ON THE WEB: Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Dribbble - 🤍 Behance - 🤍 — What You'll Learn in This Video:20 In this #C4D tutorial, EJ is going to show you how to animate a simple object or character by using an easy FFD rig workflow! This tutorial is for any level of Cinema 4D user. — To get alerted for future live design casts & get sneak peeks at new tutorials before anyone else, sign up for the Eyedesyn Newsletter: 🤍
Want to know how to use the new auto rigger in Cinema 4D Studio Release 13 to rig your characters? Find out how quick and easy it is to do in this quick tip. More Cinema 4D Quick Tips: 🤍 More Online Training Resources: 🤍 Recorded with Cinema 4D Release 13.
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Lo más dificil sin duda en cuestiones 3d siempre ha sido la animación de personajes, o eso era hasta ahora, La implementacion de la herramienta Creacion de Personajes en cinema 4d nos permite Riggear una amplísima variedad de modelos de criaturas, tanto bipedas como cuadrupedas, voladoras o nadadoras incluso reptiles e insectos gracias a sus plantillas inteligentes que se adaptan a nuestros modelos. ¿Quereis ver como se usa y empezara animar desde cero? pues quedaos conmigo y veremos en esta serie de tutoriales todos los secretos de la animación. Os invito a suscribiros y a darme LIKE si os ha gustado y os resulta útil. NO OS PERDAÍS NINGUN TUTORIAL Dejo aqui el enlace a la descarga de la libreria SCULPTING donde podréis conseguir el mismo modelo que he usado yo para el rigging, bajaroslo porque en los siguientes tutoriales usare los diferentes BASE MESH de esta libreria como ejemplos para riggear 🤍 Un consejo!! para seguir bien este tutorial, que os miréis los 2 anteriores sobre CMOTION que publique estas semanas atrás y que complementan a este. Un saludo a todos!!
A very simple introduction to creating joints, and then smooth binding them to a 3D model
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to bring your own motion capture data into Cinema 4D to attach to a Rigged Character. In this video, I'll be using the Xsens Awinda Suit with Manus Meta Gloves. My Unreal Engine for Motion Graphics course is now out! ➜ Creating the Unreal Course: 🤍 Buy Winbush a Coffee 😉 ➜ Ko-Fi: 🤍 - WINBUSH DEALS FOR YOU with my Affiliate links! - Get 20 dollars USD off your order of Looking Glass 🤍 Get 15% off all Boris FX plug-ins, including Sapphire, Mocha Pro, or Continuum Go to: 🤍 and use coupon code: winbush-suite-15 Buy anything from the Pixel Lab store below 🤍 You can now go to my Amazon Storefront to see what I use: 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ➜ Instagram: 🤍 ➜ Twitter: 🤍 ➜ Twitch: 🤍 ➜ ArtStation: 🤍 #Mocap #Xsens #Cinema4d 0:00 What up what up 0:10 Capturing Data 0:58 HD Processing and Exporting 3:14 Mixamo Rigging 5:25 Cinema 4D Setup 8:10 Character Definition 10:16 Like and Subscribe :-)
Check the course here: 🤍 If you want to animate characters without leaving near and dear Cinema 4D, you are in the right place. In this course, you will learn how to create a rig that can be quickly and easily animated manually or automatically. Whatever character you have, whether it is a person or a robot, a centipede or a jellyfish, understanding the basics of rigging together with simulations, xPresso, and a bit of Maths will make you practically almighty. We will start simple, with questions: Do you need a rig at all? What cases do require it? And when can you avoid it substituting it with clusters, vertex maps, and deformers? After that, we will gradually proceed from using Cinema 4D’s standard systems to creating our own ones. This course is for those who have very recently discovered Cinema 4D. You should be prepared that rigging requires a high level of concentration as well as some experience in working with 3D. At times it won’t be that easy, but rigging is the only way to bring your character to life.
Check out my Photoshop specific channel, Digital Lens: 🤍 Or my Cinema 4D Course (for anyone wanting to learn the basics of Cinema 4D): 🤍 This is a follow up to my "Rigging and Weighting" tutorial. I made this since people wanted to know how to rig a character. I hope this shows the basics and gives you an idea. WATCH FIRST: 🤍 YouTube likes to cut off the last few seconds of my videos . . . all I say is a heartfelt goodbye. Base mesh taken from here, though seems to be unavailable now: 🤍 A lot of people have trouble pressing the "bind" button. Before posting a comment asking how to bind, check these common mistakes (and follow the video carefully): -Is the model editable before adding bones? Select the model and press C or go to Functions - Make Editable -Don't add joints as children of the model. The Root Null bone should be its own object, then select all bones and the model (not the NURBS, the actual model) -You must bind the joints to a SINGLE object at a time. You can't select multiple objects, the joints, and then bind. The easiest way to overcome this is to make the separate objects (e.g. leg object, head object, etc.) into one object, though it's ok to simply bind the joints multiple times, just a little more work. Subscribe: 🤍