I’m pretty to new to V-ray for Cinema 4D but I’m starting to feel the power of it :). Yesterday, I was playing around with the Vray Prox Mesh inside of C4D for the first time. It’s very powerful but has some limitations inside of C4D. Mainly I found it doesn’t obey collisions but in this tutorial I show you a work around and I show you how to use a Vray Proxy Mesh with Thinking Particles and MoGraph at the same time. I hope it’s useful. More Vray tutorials in the very near future and don’t worry Winter’s Blob tutorials are coming.
Quick Tip number two: Using SynthEyes to generate a 2D tracker in After Effects.
Here is a quick tip when working with greenscreen footage inside of Cinema 4D.