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Cinema 4D’s Voronoi Fracture object was used to break up the street in an alleyway scene that was rendered in Octane (right).
“Breaking things up in a realistic way can be very challenging, but the Voronoi Fracture object made it easier because it takes the geometry and slices it up into uneven multi-colored pieces,” Damer says. Already Been Chewed used Dynamics inside of Cinema 4D to crack and explode the various pieces.
The Voronoi Fracture object was also used to create the dramatic reveal of the team’s logo. To ensure that the logo would be completely rounded with full depth and dimension from any angle, Already Been Chewed used the team’s 2D vector logo to create a 3D version. As rock falls away, the shiny blue logo emerges from beneath. Lead animator, Bryan Talkish, developed an XPresso rig that allowed the tem to use the Voronoi Fracture object along a path to create very specific trails of cracking.
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