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Using the cloth simulation in C4D:
I modeled the flag again, and added the same textures from my previous experiment. I notice that it’s more easy to configure the settings especially the wind for the different flags–though, I forgot to enable the cloth collision.
Anyway, using the default C4D’s Physical renderer with motion blur enabled, it took almost 4 hours for a 8 seconds animation (1280×720 pixels) on iMac 2013 model.*
*I’m using the computer for my job, and at the same time rendering in the background.
Here’s the sample animation:
After playing with LightWave, I test another 3D application–Cinema 4D. A nice application with easy to the eyes user interface in comparison to LightWave, and with a built-in fast renderer like LightWave. To test, I import/merge the x-wing model from my previous Lightwave sample and added new lights (spot light) with volumetric.
Here’s the test animation with Adobe After Effects for compositing.