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The Kellzone – Tutorial #6 – Explosive Training for Cinema 4D – Pyrocluster Explosion

A tutorial in Cinema 4D based on the Videocopilot Explosive Training that produces an explosion. This is done all inside Cinema 4D with no third party plugins.

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After rendering out the explosion in Cinema, I went into After Effects and added some Motion Blur and adjusted the Curves and added a little Glow to get the final result.

Download Project File – http://thekellzone.com/Project Files/cinema_4d_explosion_tut.c4d

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The Kellzone – Tutorial #5 – Explosive Training for Cinema 4D – Tanker Explosion

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A tutorial in Cinema 4D based on the Videocopilot Explosive Training that destroys the tanker in 3D Studio Max using the Rayfire plugin. We’ll be using the free Thrausi plugin for Cinema 4D to break apart the tanker.

Download Project File: http://thekellzone.com/Project Files/tanker_explosion_tut.c4d

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The Kellzone – Tutorial #3 – Creative Clouds in Cinema 4D

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In this tutorial we’ll be high above the Earth making some clouds that are natural looking and have some depth and volume, while not using the Pyrocluster plugin. After we create the materials, I’ll show you how to adjust the various settings to make a wide array of different types of cloud formations. The sky is the limit!

 

 

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