Jochem Drost just released RollerCoaster 4D preset on his website. With the preset, you can build your own dynamic roller coasters in Cinema 4D.
“I’m crazy about roller coasters and I was trying to build a dynamic coaster in c4d. I’ve tried it a few times before but I never got it to work, until now! I kept improving and simulating to the best of my ability, and now 6 months later, it has evolved into a toolkit that all of you can use for free!”
Motion Inspire presents Number Count preset for Cinema 4D. You can animate numbers within seconds. From 0 to 100000. You can count up or down. This preset allows users to easily set up and instantly ready for a render. Take a look at the video tutorial above to see the preset in action. The creator of the preset is just an e-mail away for any questions regarding Number Count preset. The preset is compatible in Cinema 4D R12, R13, R14 and R15. It is priced $5.99.
Microfloaties is free from Joelotron.com and handy for adding floating dust to your Cinema 4D scene. This could been done with a particle generator in After Effects but it’s only a small render hit in Cinema and looks great.
Simon Fiedler demonstrates how pCache is used to deform particles. pCaches is a plug-in developed by David O’Reilly of plugins 4 CINEMA 4D. pCache lets users to take complete control of their particles. It caches/bakes, renders and shades for Thinking Particles, standard Particles, X-Particles and even Mograph Tracers. Also, it renders and generate RealFlow particles from RealFlow BIN files.
All of his plug-ins are released as “free to try and with free limited use.” But those that pay will get “support and updates plus early access to other content.”