Added: 8 January, 2008
Group: Cinema 4D
How to create a cream tube in Cinema 4D
Author: TechTut.com
page: 2

Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2


11. Now we will create tube it'self, at first with Spline create such shape:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 1

12. Now, again, correct each point:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 2

13. With Chamfer, smooth necessary points:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 3

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 4

14. Apply modifier Lathe NURBS:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 5

15. Select second Spline, at string Intermediate Points change Adaptive on Natural:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 6

16. Now change number of Subvisions on 40:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 7

17. Now deform tube, before it apply to the first set of modifiers modifier Polygon:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 8

18. Press on modifier Polygon and select string Current State to Object:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 9

19. Now delete this modifier since we have new object:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 10

20. Add modifier FFD and customise appeared grid as tube shape:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 11

21. Apply modifier FFD to stack Polygon and flatten tube, with modifier FFD points, as on picture:

Tutorial Cream tube model Cinema 4D part 2 2


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