Julian Field shows how to create a hexagon display using a Python Effector in Cinema 4D.
A new tutorial from Julian Field, also known as the Xpresso Mechanic, surprisingly, contains no Xpresso. His latest dive covers working with Python in Cinema 4D to create a random array of hexagon tiles.
Create a Retro-Futuristic Hexagon Display.
“In this episode, we learn how to create a retro-futuristic hexagon display, similar to those in old sci-fi shows, such as Blake’s 7 and the like,” Julian notes. The tutorial covers writing simple python code line by line to create the hexagon display.
About Julian Field.
Julian Field, AKA Expresso Mechanic (3D artist/animator) and The Unknown (singer/songwriter/producer) is an independent creative spirit, based in Kent, UK. Teaches Logic Pro and Cinema 4D (Xpresso), via Skype and also offers one-to-one tuition, in your own home, if you are in the Kent area of the UK.