Creating Cel Animation Style Paint Strokes In Cinema 4D

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I'm back with yet another way to create a 2D effect in 3D fast & easy using Cinema 4D! In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to recreate the popular cel animation style paint stroke/splash effect you see in a lot of 2D animations using Cinema 4D without third party plug-ins. The workflow I'll demonstrate is super flexible and applicable to achieving a bunch of different cool 2D paint stroke looks for revealing an object, writing on text, or painting on screen.

Watch the full tutorial & download cel animaion style paint stroke example scene file here:
http://eyedesyn.com/cel-animation-paint-strokes/

BONUS: Paint live by combining this tutorial with my tutorial on realtime animation using Cappuccino:
http://www.eyedesyn.com/intro-to-cappucino/

In addition to this paint stroke style, be sure to check out Matteo Forghieri's C4DAPT Challenge winning entry (https://vimeo.com/112196771) for a really genius method on how to create a different type of streak that is produced from an actual object!

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Category
Cinema4D
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cinema 4d, cel shader, eyedesyn, c4d, motion graphics, logo, cel animation, paint strokes, painting

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