Adding grass onto a landscape objects in Cinema 4D can be straightforward enough using the Grow Grass feature, but what if you want to create very specific variations in the grass, like the lines and graphics painted on baseball or football fields? I had this problem come up on a project I was working on, and developed a technique to tackle this using Density Maps made in Adobe Illustrator. I was so excited when I finally got it to work, that I wanted to make a video to share how to set it up!
This Cinema 4D tutorial also video covers an introduction and overview to the grass feature of Cinema 4D.
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