Cinema 4D Tutorial – How to Make a Coin Flip

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Cinema 4D Tutorial – How to Make a Coin Flip

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After several requests I have put together this quick tutorial showing you how I made the coin flip up at the screen. Here I cover some more basics of dynamics and a little bit of ramped slow motion. You can see the original tutorial for creating the coin in the first place here…

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By | 2018-01-06T19:05:31+00:00 September 2nd, 2012|Cinema 4D, Tutorials|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. David September 9, 2012 at 7:56 am - Reply

    Thanks for the tute. And especially thanks for leaving in the unexpected results stuff – everytime I do anything I get ‘unexpected’ results – good to know about the patience/workaround coefficient. Nice to know a great result is just a fidget away. Well presented, and great studio name.

    • Rory September 10, 2012 at 3:13 pm - Reply

      Your words are very kind and much appreciated. Thanks! 

  2. Markus Zeller January 16, 2014 at 12:53 pm - Reply

    The time value went down to zero and did not keep the 4%, because when you create a keyframe it will be interpolated with an easing spline. If you set that start and end points to a linear line, then it behaves like you expect it.

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