Create Wood Block or Cast Metal Type In Cinema 4D

You know I like me some text tutorials!  Here’s another one where I’ll teach you how to recreate a wood block or cast metal embossed type style and create it procedurally so it is easily edited and iterated without having to create a bump channel map for every letter or ever leaving Cinema 4D for Photoshop.  Using this workflow, it’s possible to perfect the look of one type block and use it as a template for the other type blocks you need for your scene by simply duplicating it and changing the shape of the block and the letter or font.

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8 thoughts on “Create Wood Block or Cast Metal Type In Cinema 4D

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  3. Hi Ed, there are no more playback controls on the vid ?
    Not being harsh but it feels really uncomfortable not being able to scrub through and to see the actual lenght of it

    • That’s odd. The controls show up for me. I did change some options but ill change them back to the default settings. Thanks for watching!

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