In this tutorial, I’m going to show you a really cool workflow for morphing between splines using Cinema 4D. This kind of spline morphing animation is awesome for using in conjunction your 2D workflow in After Effects by applying a Cel Shader material to your splines. First, I’ll go over the thinking behind the method I chose and how to achieve a nice, smooth spline morph. Then, I’ll show you how I build a spline that is able to be affected by effectors to morph from one spline shape to another. I’ll demonstrate how to use the Inheritance Effector to achieve this morph and ways to make your morph look super sexy and bouncy! Finally, I’ll show you an alternate method of using MoSplines to morph and the shortcomings of going that route.
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Title: Cinema 4D Tutorial – How to Morph Between Splines in Cinema 4D
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