Made using the Destruction plug-in with Cinema 4D and Mograph 2. Destruction plug-in by Adam Swab. I had lots of help from Greyscale Gorilla's tutorial.

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I just watched that 10 times :) Gotta try that DrestructO plugin.

Installing Cinema 4D now, the logo looks like 'The All Seeing Eye'. Reptilian Eye!
If you look at Maya 8, it opened with a picture of a winged Reptilian. Now it's a
metal dragon logo. And 3ds Max's logo is a yin yan (as above, so below) Snake.

I just watched it another 10 times :p

December 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLiam

Hi Peder,

I was just browsing through my website logs and saw I was linked here. I like the direction this site is heading in.

I'm glad you're liking Cinema, and I am especially happy to hear you found my plugin useful. I know, very buggy in the current public version, but I am working on making it faster and more stable.

I'm curious to know if you've tried Houdini. I figure with your programming background and interest in particles you would really like that program. Cinema is great for many things, but at some point you'll hit a wall in terms of capabilities or limitations in the program.

P.S. I am in the process of re-writing the destruction plugin from the ground up.

You can get more info here: http://www.adamswaab.wordpress.com

Haven't worked on it for the last few weeks. Re-doing my website at the moment, then I plan to get back into it.


January 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAdam Swaab

Hi Adam!

No, I haven't tried Houdini, but it looks very cool - I have seen some demos. I chose to start with C4D partly because so many of my friends and customers use it, so they can help me when I get lost :-)

Thanks for your comment! I look forward to seeing the new Destruction plug-in.

January 23, 2010 | Registered CommenterPeder Norrby

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