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A quick video created using the methods in the up and coming tutorial about how to create a realistic looking coin. This is drawn and built in Cinema 4D  then composited in After Effects….  I thought I would put this on as a bit of a teaser plus I really like how its turned out. I’m really looking forward to seeing what others can come up with!


By |2013-05-27T16:26:15+00:00March 23rd, 2012|Cinema 4D, Video|5 Comments


  1. sasha bloem March 26, 2012 at 12:19 am - Reply

    Hi Rory, I just wanted to thank you for a well done coin tutorial.
    You really can explain well/clearly, a bit fast, but who cares, live is short.
    Actually, I”m surprised you don’t have anymore, do you?
    Could you tell me where?

    Hey… keep the good work!

    cheers, sass

    • Rory March 26, 2012 at 6:49 am - Reply

      Thanks very much for your kind words!
      This site is a brand new project for me and the coin tutorial is my first one.
      There will be more coming soon! 🙂


      • Donika May 25, 2012 at 5:09 am - Reply

        anybody found a solution to make this and also use GI.The only way i have found is to use a disc as a floor and enbale alpha ( circular white to black ) on the floor texture to fade out the edges. but this makes the compositing tag useless and also makes it hard to have perfect seamless color with the bg.any lead on how to make this easier with GI?

    • Rangga May 25, 2012 at 3:51 am - Reply

      I think i found out a possible slutoion about the GI problem with the floor,with the help of a few comments on this theme, what i did was to set the primary intensity on the GI render settings tab to something like 50% and then just compensate with your lights putting high intensity values. It worked for me pretty good! Let me know Please if works for you guys aswell!Thanks Nick for this great tut!

  2. Suzan May 25, 2012 at 6:16 am - Reply

    Hi, I’m new to C4D, Im a graphic desgenir but trying some new concepts out with 3D text, I followed this brilliant tutorial which has worked a treat, but I don’t have any shadows? I’v had a nosey around and tried afew things but I can’t get any shadows on it at all, any ideas? Thank you in advance.

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