Severo Ojea | May 17, 2019
In this week's Cinema 4D tutorial, we're working with stacks of paper. It's a common visual representation that you'll probably come across if you make explainers. Using C4D, we can make pretty dynamic stacks of paper using cloners. Combined with the blend function and mograph effectors, we can stack papers and organize them.
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