Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Tutorial Part 4

Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Total Running Time: 25:47
Intro to Mograph Part 4
In this fourth (and our longest yet!) video tutorial in a multi-part series you will learn how to further work with MoGraph. You will learn how to use the displacement object, extrude, spline wrap and last but not least, polyFX.

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16 Responses to “Introduction to Cinema 4D Mograph Tutorial Part 4”
  1. Denky says:

    Very most and simple tutorial!! Thanks.

  2. ben says:

    I searched for years to find some guys who explain C4D Element for Element – amazing job guys! Thank you so much!

  3. tara says:

    Great tutorials! Thank you very much!

  4. Mustafa says:

    Thanks allot for all the great tutorials, It help me allot.


    Mustafa – Iraq

  5. Tim Shetz says:

    Thanks Mustafa…glad you like them.

  6. sq says:

    super nice and easy to follow, keep em coming :)

  7. Joel says:

    you made an everlasting gobstopper!

  8. wangqinghe says:

    Thanks allot for all the great tutorials

  9. youssef says:

    really you have great tutorials and we need more if you have time for that

  10. Tim Shetz says:

    Hi – we are working on some new tutorials. My schedule has been crazy with my teaching. Things are slowing down for a bit, so I’m hoping to record some new Cinema 4D tutorials this week. Stay tuned!

  11. Johnny says:

    thanks for taking the time to explain each one of this!

  12. Marty says:

    Hi! thanks, for the tutorials it was hot! There anyway that you can do one on MoGraph and Dynamics, that would be super—-keep up the good work!

  13. Haja says:

    Best tut ever !

    Cheers from France

  14. Josh says:

    Best c4d Tutorials i’ve seen, I’ll be staying tuned. Thanks!

  15. calligan says:

    Thanx you for sharing your knowledge , very well explained tuts , really usefull information , and really enjoying c4d i can say right that is way more powerfull than 3dsmax in motion graphics and that what im looking for.

    Cheers from france too.

  16. Tim Shetz says:

    I’m glad you find our tutorials helpful. I hope you stick with Cinema 4D.

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