Change the Color of Xpresso Nodes in C4D

Change the Color of Xpresso Nodes in C4D

Arttu Rautio Shares His Python Script for Heavy Xpresso Nodes Users, Letting You Change and Organize Them by Color.

Xpresso, as any node-based editor is an endless sandbox for creating dependant workflows. Larger setups with lots of nodes associated with them can be challenging to navigate and read. A new C4D script may help with that, in Arttu Rautio’s tool called “Colorise”. The Python script makes it easy to change the color of Xpresso Nodes with just a click.

Colorise also load and save custom color palettes, so it’s handy to setup schemes for various projects. The script is free to download, and you can find it here.

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