C4D WiP

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  1. virtualTune

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    which version? what to add? i will do some more in PS with it, so this is only the basis.

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    It looks like they are stationary, you should make it look like they are spinning!
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    v1.5 is up :)

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    It's a cool base, almost looks like a ninja star. I think it could be bluer.
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    high tech ninja stars(Yes, that is the correct term :p )

    Still no spinning! :p
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    tell me how i do spinning in C4D! i want a static image
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    agree with maffe, it lacks seeming of movement, possibly both spinning and moving up and down
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    You could make them spin in c4d, add some motion blur if c4d supports it and then save a frame that you like.
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    make an animaton and do what DW said! :D
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    i wont do an animation, LIKE I ALREADY SAID!!!!
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    Cool start! :)
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    Well then try my suggestion. :)
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    but to try your suggestion he would have to make an animation first, right?
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    and find "scenic motion blur" somewhere in C4D -.-
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    @SkyFyre But it's not an animation, he's adding an animation inside of c4d and then choosing a single frame to save as a png. It will only take 10 seconds to keyframe the motion. :)

    @VT, here are a few more ideas:

    1. Make it bluer.

    2. Give it a stronger glow.

    3. Have the light cast on the wall and floor more intense.

    4. Make the shadows more intense as well.

    Here's a sample image. Hope you don't mind.

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    Could I.... Mess around with v1.5?
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    as long as i like the outcome ;)
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    Does that mean you like my outcome? ;D
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    here is the result of me trying to replicate what david did, in C4D. doesnt work very well

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    It's better, but the green simply doesn't look bright enough to glow, maybe looking at some images of neon signs will help. :)

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