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Cutting Digital Fabric With Cinema 4D & Substance 3D

Check out a new marvelous experiment conducted by Victor Gavrilovic Aidiniotis.

Victor Gavrilovic Aidiniotis, a talented 3D Generalist and Art Director, continues testing out Maxon's 3D modeling, simulation, and animation software Cinema 4D, showcasing the results of one more marvelous experiment.

Leveraging C4D in combination with Adobe's Substance 3D tools, the creator has managed to set up a realistic-looking animation of digital fabrics with hand-written notes on them getting cut in half with scissors. Additionally, the author utilized OTOY's OctaneRender to render the sequence.

And here are some of Victor's earlier projects, you can check out more by visiting the artist's LinkedIn and Instagram pages:

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