Cinema 4D – Quick Tip – Inflate an object Its this quick time video I show you how to inflate the rubber ring that we made in the last tutorial (Ball Pit). Few handy little hints in here so hopefully you’ll be able to utilise some the techniques and come up with some funky renders! Examples: Related posts and other interesting stuff:Coin FlipCreating a DOF pass in Cinema 4D and how to use it in After Effects and PhotoshopRedBull Stratos - Cinema 4D VideoCinema 4D Tutorial - Cool Looking Plastic and Glass TypeNew Site Design!Cinema 4D Tutorial - Self Powering Bulb - Part 3 - The BikeCinema 4D Tutorial - Stylish 3D Wooden Text Structure By Rory| 2016-11-25T09:42:42+00:00 November 30th, 2012|Cinema 4D, Tutorials|5 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblrGoogle+PinterestVkEmail Related Posts Permalink Cinema 4D Tutorial – Create a Low Poly Map View Cart Permalink Cinema 4D Tutorial – How to make a Filament Style LED Bulb View Cart Permalink Cinema 4D Tutorial – Create an Orange Peel Sphere Thing View Cart Permalink Cinema 4D Tutorial – Create a 3D 3D Text Scene View Cart Permalink 10 Dos and Donts for Cinema 4D (Startup Users) View Cart Permalink Cinema 4D Quick Tip – Rotate an Object Forever View Cart Permalink Cinema 4D Tutorial – Awesome Dynamic Mechanical Thing (Geneva drive or Maltese cross) View Cart Permalink Gallery C4D Tutorial – Render Photo-Realistic Images in seconds View Cart 5 Comments Craig Zuckerman December 1, 2012 at 2:55 pm - Reply thanks for the great tip, best cz as a medical artist, i can see using this to inflate a lung! Rory December 5, 2012 at 4:08 pm - Reply That is an awesome idea!! If you do it please post it for me us to see!! 🙂 Rory. Gertrude May 18, 2017 at 11:11 am - Reply In the coltaicmped world we live in, it’s good to find simple solutions. http://www.outdoorang.com/ May 24, 2017 at 11:56 am - Reply Finding a huge 8cm ovarian cyst during my first ultrasound scan! No idea it was there and has luckily been removed after having my first baby. Jason April 1, 2015 at 5:07 pm - Reply This was a great tutorial. I’m New to 3D so it was fun to do. I was wondering if it is possible to apply this to Text? I Want to inflate a word and make it pop but I’m not having luck with getting text to inflate. Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Sign me up for the occasional RMF newsletter!