Creating a Redshift MoText Shader in Cinema 4D

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Check out the video tutorial for Redshift MoText in C4D below.

Brush up on your Redshift MoText Skills

Learn how to…

  • Create a Redshift shader that works with ‘random’ effector
  • Create a Redshift Shader that works with ‘plain’ effector.
  • Create a Redshift shader that blends two different materials dependent on the falloff from an effector.


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