Cinema 4D Video Tutorial: Inflated Text
Use the pressure parameter to create an awesome inflated text effect in Cinema 4D.
Object dynamics are incredibly easy to manipulate in Cinema 4D. However, one of the dynamic settings that sometimes gets overlooked is the pressure parameter.
In short, the pressure parameter expands your object to make it appear inflated or deflated. The following video tutorial shows us how to create this simulated look using Cinema 4D native tools. The tutorial covers:
- Activating the Collision Parameter
- Working in the Soft Body Tab
- Using the Pressure Parameter
- Using the Graph Editor to Smoot Keyframes
This video was first shared by HelloLuxx on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing guys!
If you like this look and want to learn more check out a few of the following links:
- How to Make a Balloon Typeface in Cinema 4D – Tarek Akkad
- Cinema 4D Inflate and Explode – FXChannelHouse
- Quick Tip: Inflate an Object – Rate My Funeral
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