Biscuits and Davey shows how to Rig an Animatable Cardboard Box in Cinema 4D using Joints & Xpresso with custom user data to control joints.

Check out the tutorial for creating an Animatable Cardboard Box in Cinema 4D using Joints & Xpresso here.

Biscuits and Davey writes: You asked for it so here it is! This one includes a few modeling tips all the way up to skinning and weighting the box with a joint system. There are so many attributes to the character tools but I figure this is a great start for anyone wanting to learn a few basics and get started. If you have any trouble, especially when it comes to weighting the vertices of the box, let us know in the comments.

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2 comments

  1. Exactly what I was looking for… I need to animate a plastic box opening and closing. This is awesome… wanna marry me? ha! Thanks a lot for taking the time to do this. Best, best, best!

  2. Absolutely incredible. Very well explained! I’m going to have to check out what other videos you have.

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