How to Build a Working Clock With Xpresso and Python in C4D

Expresso Mechanic TV uses Xpresso and Python to make a working classic analog clock in Cinema 4D.

Julian Field, also known as the Expresso Mechanic, often creates rigs for real-world systems using Xpresso and Python in Cinema 4D. This new tutorial shows how to make a working analog clock.

The tutorial uses User Data in Cinema 4D to allow for a way to set the clock to any hour and minute chosen.

About Julian Field.

Julian Field, AKA Expresso Mechanic (3D artist/animator), and The Unknown (singer/songwriter/producer) are independent creative spirits based in Kent, UK. Field teaches Logic Pro and Cinema 4D (Xpresso) via Skype and offers one-to-one tuition in your home if you are in the UK’s Kent area.

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