How to use Projection Mapping with Cinema 4D Mograph Clones

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How to use Projection Mapping with Cinema 4D Mograph Clones

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In this tutorial, we look at how to use Projection Mapping and how to get that projected texture to stick to Cinema 4D Mograph Cloner objects.

If you have any comments or questions, please let me know! If you know of another better way to accomplish this same technique, Let me know in the comments!

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4 Responses to “How to use Projection Mapping with Cinema 4D Mograph Clones”

  1. how to use projection mapping with cinema 4d mograph clones Says:

    [...] Gartner the vfx haiku-ist returns with a tutorial on how to use projection mapping with Cinema 4D Mograph Clones, specifically how to get that projected texture to “stick” to the cloner [...]

  2. michael Says:

    hello Kert

    great looking tutorial here, thx.
    I’m an video artist based in Germany and i intend to make a piece of time-based art, consisting of video content mapped onto a kind of unfolding, organic 3D object…You tut is a great cue for me, but as a beginner (inc4d) i’d like to ask if you might consider to make that project (or a similar one, w same functions) avail for me to download? If so i would be happy to reference your work as source for an optional later presentation (online i.e.).

    Pls tell me what You think + THXagain.

    kind regards

  3. Joe Says:

    Have been struggling with this for days – thanks!

  4. Gustav Says:

    Brilliant post! thanks so much

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