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  1. Take the entire animation and put it inside a cube Set the cube to have a 100% transparent material on it with 1 for the IOR and no specular Put a compositing tag on the animation that is inside the cube and have it only set to seen by transparency/refraction Anything inside the transparent cube will show up, anything outside will not be seen by the camera -m
  2. try adding more subdivisions on your extrude shape, should do the trick
  3. Perhaps some fine cured meats?
  4. Was hoping to get some form of critique No one has bitten yet, womp womp....
  5. Managed to find a way in C4D which was right under my nose! Try out Cylindrical Lens in the Effects when you go to render. Might help you out....
  6. Thought I would post my new reel for all to see in the mograph.net community Have a look! http://www.semifiction.tv/reel/
  7. I know that you said C4D, however Arnold In Maya/Xsi lets you render out images with spherical lenses like this I do remember something in Vray for maya as well, perhaps its in the C4D version as well
  8. It's really a shame that soft no longer is being developed ICE kills it in the Mograph world in terms of user friendlyness Houdini has a nasty UI and a steep learning curve vs. Softimage
  9. Such a sad day :-( ICE is reason enough to have learned Softimage I wonder if they will port those features to Maya and Max......maybe I should stop holding my breath.....
  10. Try using Roughen Edges Should do the trick
  11. had this same issue.... Took the object I wanted to use as the source and just made a simple flat version of it. Another way was that I just used a shader effector and drove my clones with a luminance map Also rather than trying to use clones, why dont you use TP and then use the PVolumePosition node? This would be very similar to in ICE making a "Test within Geometry" node hope that helps...
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  13. Anything dealing with UV mapping in Cinema4d is a horror show.
  14. Cinema is still missing alot of the helpful features that Autodesk products have, though it makes up for that with mograph and being so friendly with AE
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