Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 | Posted by Leonard Teo
Here’s some eye candy kindly provided by clients of Maxon (Cinema 4D, BodyPaint). Enjoy!
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Were the fluid dynamic scenes around the 1:17 minute mark done entirely in Cinema 4D? Maybe there should be some credit given to Realflow as well? Kind of misleading if it wasn’t all accomplished in C4D, to say it was.
I don’t know if it was or wasn’t created in RealFlow, but I don’t think it’s fair to say it’s misleading — if it was created in RealFlow, the client could give permission to Next Limit to use the shot in their demo reel too. All software company demo reels contain footage that was done in a variety of different software packages.
True that LeonardAdmin!! In my experience cinema 4D does not have a liquid simulator built in or in any of the expansion upgrades.. Its not like they did not use a whole bunch of other apps, photoshop for textures, Illustrator for extrusion shape line, ae or some other editor for mixing it all together. Cinema4D does not do video tracking for match moving at all on its own from my experience, so for all those shots with tracking they certainly used other software. Still I do feel in a way it is misleading.. They should be focusing entirely on what C4D does the best on its own, or with the expansion packs like mograph which they do show a lot of because it is awesome. The footage was cool though.. Good job to all the companies and individuals who put together all that amazing work.
Hm, I think here is more AE then Maxon
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