I am happy to announce that the second part of my e-book on using X-Particles, the powerful particle system for Cinema 4D, is now ready for free download. This part covers the System object, which is the core of X-Particles, and several modifiers that can affect the behavior and appearance of the particles. You will learn how to create complex and realistic simulations with X-Particles, and how to customize the settings to suit your needs. For more details about the e-book and how to download it, please visit the book's own website.
The e-book on using X-Particles is a comprehensive and practical guide that will teach you everything you need to know about this amazing plugin. It is suitable for beginners and advanced users alike, and it covers both the basics and the advanced features of X-Particles. You will discover how to use X-Particles for various scenarios, such as fire, smoke, water, cloth, hair, and more. You will also learn how to integrate X-Particles with other Cinema 4D tools, such as MoGraph, Dynamics, and Rendering.
The e-book on using X-Particles is divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of X-Particles. The first part introduces you to the interface and the workflow of X-Particles, and shows you how to create simple particle systems. The second part explores the System object and the modifiers, and explains how they work together to create complex and realistic simulations. The third part will be released soon, and it will cover the generators and the renderers of X-Particles, and how to use them to create stunning visuals.
The e-book on using X-Particles is a must-have for anyone who wants to master this plugin and unleash its full potential. It is written by an experienced Cinema 4D user and instructor, who has been using X-Particles for years. It is filled with tips and tricks, examples and exercises, screenshots and videos, that will help you learn X-Particles in an easy and fun way. The e-book is available for free download from the book's own website. Don't miss this opportunity to learn X-Particles and take your Cinema 4D skills to the next level. 061ffe29dd