How to Create Collision-Triggered Dynamic Fracturing in Cinema 4D With Xpresso and Python

Expresso Mechanic TV shows how to trigger the Voronoi Fracture Object in Cinema 4D using a combination of Xpresso and Python.

Dynamics are a blast, usually. Still, if you need to art-direct a shot to any degree, you will need to gain some control over what’s taking place there. This new tutorial from Julian Field, also known as the Expresso Mechanic, shows how to create a collision-triggered fracture using a bit of Xpresso and Python code. The tutorial uses C4D’s Voronoi Fracture.

About Julian Field.

Julian Field, AKA Expresso Mechanic (3D artist/animator), is an independent creative spirit 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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