Cinema 4D – Super Text

Cinema 4D users should check out this tutorial on how to create “Super Text.” Super Text is not exact, but similar to what Superman’s font looks like. It has 3D letters that extend far back into a vanishing point. Here is a project file to start you off with the materials I will be using […]

Cinema 4D users should check out this tutorial on how to create “Super Text.” Super Text is not exact, but similar to what Superman’s font looks like. It has 3D letters that extend far back into a vanishing point. Here is a project file to start you off with the materials I will be using in the tutorial.

6 Responses to “Cinema 4D – Super Text”

  1. […] Big Mike has a new tutorial on his site and it looks very cool. Super Text in Cinema 4D tutorial. […]

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  3. jennifer says:

    Hey Big Mike,

    Just checking out your bad ass site. It totally rocks! Would love some feedback/tips for my own site (not yet ready to be posted but close)

    ttyl
    Jennifer

  4. Gonzalez says:

    Hi Mike,

    Great tutorials. I look forward to many more.
    Quick tip on the Super Text tutorial;
    Instead of making the type editable use C1, R1 (front of type) C2, R2( back of type) [C = caps R= rounding ]. Example: Apply the material to extrude nurbs/ select material/ tag/ in selection area insert – C1. Drop a material w/o specific selection as the base material – this will texture the sides. In the view window/display/select -stacked materials. Order the material tags on the extrude nurbs accordingly i.e. base, rounding, caps.

    For the spot light work around: Turn off auto light in render settings/ options.

    -G

  5. mislav says:

    Please make a tut on how to create that spray paint effect you have in your reel!

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