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I was wondering how to make an animated camp fire the other day, so I had a play around and figured it out and I saved off pics as I went along and wrote this, I hope you find it useful! The image above shows the kinda thing you can create and animate quite easily in Cinema 4D!
This tutorial explains how to create some STATIC tank tracks for any tank/tracked model!! A Quick explanation is we create a SPLINE in the shape of the tracks from the side, and 1 Track section, then DUPLICATE the section 30-50 times and ARRANGE it along the SPLINE...
This tutorial explains how to create a tyre in a similar way to making tank tracks, make one tread object, DUPLICATE it 30-50 times and use ARRANGE to auto arrange them around a circle spline, also You will need the MAKETHICKER plugin, download and drop it into program files/maxon/cinema 4d/plugins,...
STEP 1: Create a New Layer and add a Text selection area and Fill it with Grey using the Paint bucket tool.
STEP 2: Click the Channels Tab and create a New Alpha Channel (using the icon ringed in red), Now fill your selection with WHITE this time...
STEP 1: I got a plain sheet of A4 paper and drew a few straight lines to Sit my lettering on, then roughly drew the outlines of my lettering. I then went over that with a permanent marker and added a bit of drop shadow to the left and lower edges of the lettering...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, January 2006
It doesn't take a genius to draw line art. Unfortunately, it looks too colorless and dull most of the time. Here's how to turn a lifeless picture into a full-color wonder.
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, December 2005
Having drawn something using a conventional pencil, you might want to make a screen version out of your sketch. Learn how to color it into a convincing mega-picture.
Create a New Layer and using the RECTANGLE selection tool select a square(ish) area on the left side of the image. Now go to SELECT/TRANSFORM SELECTION you can now scale the selection area but we dont want to do that, we want to skew it...
STEP 1: Create a New Layer and using the circle selection tool AND holding shift down (THIS MAKES IT A PERFECT CIRCLE) pick a medium blue colour and using the paint bucket, FILL the circle.
STEP 2: Select a large sized airbrush pick a dark colour and shade around the edge of your circle...
Editor's Pick in Photoshop Tutorials, June 2005
Shazam! This professional level tutorial will guide you through the process of creating your very own comic style image with many layers.