Low Poly Alphabet in Cinema 4D

Here’s a 3D low poly alphabet I designed in Cinema 4D. I modeled each letter, starting with a basic cap as an N-Gon (a polygon with more than 4 sides) and then cutting, subdividing and extruding the letters.

Here’s a 3D low poly alphabet I designed in Cinema 4D. I modeled each letter, starting with a basic cap as an N-Gon (a polygon with more than 4 sides) and then cutting, subdividing and extruding the letters. The folding effect is created by the handy plugin Dépilage from Cesar Vonc. This process used to be complicated and painful in Cinema 4D , but this plugin makes the process so much easier; it is well worth the modest price. You can even download a free demo of it that will work with some of the most basic features of the plugin.

The letters are moving via a Random Effector set to points deformation, just to make them a little more playful and lively. You can download the alphabet here and see it, just download and install the Dépilage demo and it will still work for you. With the purchased version you can create some more complicated and variable folding effects.

If you want to use the alphabet the file is here and should work with the free version of Dépilage.

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