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Old 02-04-2013, 02:23 AM   #1
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Headphones- Cinema 4D and VrayforC4D

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Someone has an idea how to model this element of headphones? Cinema 4D
Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:32 PM   #2
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A mix of cutting local details for the large creases and normal / bump / displace or simple texture for smaller creases, because those would require a lot of geometry and crank up render times.
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A mix of cutting local details for the large creases and normal / bump / displace or simple texture for smaller creases, because those would require a lot of geometry and crank up render times.

Tutorial? Link?
I thought about using Displacer Object
http://scr.hu/0uae/0as4f
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:47 PM   #4
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Hey man,

You might be able to get an ok result with the deformer, but if you really want this to look right, you'll need to do it by hand. Try adding a few additional edge loops, grab like every 3rd or 4th point, and scale inwards.

Your bevels are too rounded, and your ear cushions are the wrong shape. Its important to get the bevels tightened up so you get a nice flat and straight highlight across the flat part of the plastic. I think you can select your edges, hit . and drag your mouse left to right to harden them. Your also missing the B logo on the ear.

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. Your also missing the B logo on the ear.

-AJ

Missing a few more details.

I used Inner Extrude tool. A few tricks and you're done!
Thanks for your help and best regards.
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