Severo Ojea | Oct 12, 2018
This week, we're looking at how to make various versions of parallelogram-fold pages for a pop-up book inside of Cinema 4D. Using an Xpresso rig, we again set up our animation to be controlled with a single slider.
In the future, we will combine this page with other types of pop-up pages to create a pop-up book. Our next Cinema tutorial will explore something different, but if you need more pop-up pages and missed Tutorial 143: Pop-up Book Part 1, you should check it out!
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