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In Style of Cinema 4D Mograph Attraction In 3DS Max 2014
Posted by Johannes Tiner4 months ago
Let’s create the popular effect that has been created so many times over, attraction! This is one of those things that we have seen many times by Cinema 4D users and it is a nice thing to know. Pflow is the tool to use when creating this, it’s easy, fast and most important, fun! Are you ready to rock?
What we will cover in this 3ds max mParticles tutorial
How to create our mParticle physics world
Some basic rules of pflow and mParticles
Attracting spheres with the help of find target
A tiny bit of lighting and adding shaders
Cinema 4D is nice but so is 3ds max
When wanting to create something typical mograph ala Cinema 4d it usually requires particles and with pflow and it’s mParticles we can create some really complex and cool stuff very easy. Pflow being event based makes it an easy to use for beginners but just becouse it’s easy doesn’t make it less powerful.
Pro tip incoming with 3 “simple” – When you want to make some awesome animation with pflow try to think simple, usually the solution to whatever you want to create in pflow is very simple. It’s easy to start thinking out complex setups when starting but many times the solution is quite simple.