How to Use C4D and the Cloth Engine to Create Realistic Product Shots

3DBonfire shows how to create more realistic product shots using C4D 2023.2’s new cloth engine.

Cinema 4D’s new cloth simulation engine makes creating more elaborate setups and simulations much more straightforward, allowing users to use it in more workflows. This latest tutorial from 3DBonfire (Markus Gonser) shows how to use the cloth engine to add more realism to product shots.

“It’s just so much faster and reliable, and I see so many new ways how I can put this into my daily workflow as a 3D Artist,” Gonser says.

Maxon added a unified dynamics system to the latest C4D. In many cases, things like cloth, fluids, and more became more manageable.

A previous 3DBonfire tutorial showed a clever way to transition from one state to another within the same animation when creating cloth simulations in Cinema 4D.

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