Beautifully easy to follow and understand, thank you.
Woah! These tutorials are fabulous, thank you! I’m gonna tell all my Cinema 4D buddies about ’em right away
Thanks so much!
Great tutorial! If I wanted to put this animation into a cloner, what would I need to do to get it to behave correctly? I tried grouping everything into a null and dropping it into a cloner, but the falloff from the polyfx doesn’t clone correctly. What am I doing wrong? Thanks for your help!
OMG. So sorry for such a late reply! Got caught in the spam filter.
I think the best bet would be to bake the animation and then use the baked version to duplicate.
But I’m sure you’ve fixed it by now!
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