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5.1 Conclusion

In this video we’ll go through what we’ve learned in the course and cover my final thoughts on the process of rigging a character in Cinema 4D. I hope you’ve learned plenty during this course; my name’s Jonathan Lam, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 00:35

1.1
Welcome to the Course
00:35

2.Preparing the Rubber Hose Character
2 lessons, 09:16

2.1
Cinema 4D Setup
03:47

2.2
Character Introduction
05:29

3.Rigging the Rubber Hose Character
6 lessons, 43:46

3.1
Rigging the Arms
07:14

3.2
Arms Control
08:50

3.3
Rigging the Legs
08:15

3.4
Legs Control
06:24

3.5
Rigging the Body
06:48

3.6
Body Control
06:15

4.Finalising the Rig
2 lessons, 15:37

4.1
Visualise the Controls
06:42

4.2
Duplicate the Limbs
08:55

5.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:51

5.1
Conclusion
00:51


5.1 Conclusion

So with that last video we`ve come to the end of the how to rig a rubber hose character for animation course. In this course you`ve successfully learned how to rig a rubber hose 3D character using splines. We've also learned how to create movement points for our character, and how to visualize them using colored icons. I hope you've learned a lot in the demos and that you can apply these skills to your own workflows. I hope that you've learned some new things that you haven't seen before in Cinema4D that will aid you in completing your future animation projects. I had a lot of fun creating these character rigs, so thanks for watching. Good luck creating your own rubber hose character animations, and I'll see you next time on Tuts+.

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