School of Motion brings you another 101 tutorial to learn the basics of Xpresso to rig a real time clock in Cinema 4D.

See Also From School of Motion : Rigging a Carousel in After Effect // Cinema 4D UV Mapping 101

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  • tkmt

    Thank you!
    I’m doing a school project of an alarm clock in c4d. It was the first object that I did, so probably it had some errors. I applied your tutorial on my clock, instead of yours, and it went well, helped a lot! There was only a detail which was not good, probably due to the errors in the 3d model that I made – the clock runs in the opposite direction. Do you know why this happens and how can I fix it?
    Again, thank you very very much, your tutorial is very good and it was very helpful!