You And Me Academy shows how to make dynamic streaks and Brushes in Cinema 4D.
When it comes to animating lines, brush strokes, and paths, there are a lot of workflow choices. You can easily create animated strokes in After Effects, or alternatively, you can create them in 3D using Cinema 4D. Taking spline work a step further, check out this tutorial from Joe Lawrence (The You and Me Academy), who shows us how to add physics to create dynamic streaks.
Spline Dynamics for Stroke Animation.
Lawrence uses techniques that don’t significantly impact computer resources meaning that the setup still works pretty fast. It’s a great way to animate paintbrush strokes, light streaks, or rope elements in Cinema 4D.