Cinema 4D Video Tutorial: Creating Realistic Smoke
Create organic looking smoke effects inside Cinema 4D – no third party plugins required!
Creating realistic smoke in post can be a significant challenge. Mimicking the billowing movement, modeling realistic particles, tweaking the opacity – there’s a lot to consider. Many VFX pros use JawSet’s TurbulenceFD plug-in to create realistic smoke and fire effects in Cinema4D or After Effects. TurbulenceFD is a powerhouse, but it will set you back several hundred dollars. So how do you create smoke with the native tools inside C4D ?
The following video tutorial demonstrates how to create realistic smoke in Cinema 4D with only a few clicks of the mouse. It’s a lot easier than you might imagine and can be done with native Cinema 4D tools:
What’s smoke without an explosion to precede it? Check out our ‘Creating Explosions in Cinema 4D‘ post to figure out how to explode objects using Cinema 4D.
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