Ultimate #Bony4D Free Cinema4D Character rig!

Fully rigged #Bony4D character for cinema 4D

Free Cinema 4D rigged character Bony biped animation

 

Hey Guys, If you enjoyed the Beefy4D rig, now you get the Bony4D, thanks to the talented Ugur Ulvi Yetiskin! Make sure to check out his other maya rigs in the link below.

 

The original Character and rig for maya was made by Ugur Ulvi Yetiskin

Hint: Bind “reset psr” to an easy shortcut if you haven’t yet 🙂

 

If you use him and post somewhere make sure to tag him as #BONY4D

 

Get the Cinema4D rig of Bony here:

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14 replies
    • aleksey
      aleksey says:

      Thats a very complex question. If you want the approach with the least learning, google how to use the character object in Cinema 4D.

      Otherwise, you should look up tutorials on rigging characters in cinema 4D, i don’t have any at the moment.

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        • aleksey
          aleksey says:

          Glad you like it, yeah, i know i need to do it, just rigging is such a trouble shooting heavy process… But i’ll see what i can do.

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  1. michael
    michael says:

    i used this rig to make a walk cycle animation, but everytime i export it, or try to bake down the animation into keyframes the animation goes super wonky (the entire model starts rotating on its root axis), i’m thinking maybe some of the expressions driving the rig are getting messed with in the bake process…has anyone had this problem? is there a way to bake it so that it works, im probably ding some rookie mistake here.

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      • michael
        michael says:

        thanks for the quick reply and the great rig, it was a super time saver. i didn’t have time to troubleshoot for too long, so i’m still not sure what the issue was exactly, but i managed to get it baked properly with nitro bake.

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  2. Jens Müller
    Jens Müller says:

    hello 🙂

    first of all nice rig. I´m trying to animate the controllers via transformation/rotation but i can´t set any keyframes in my timeline. I´m really new to animation and rigging, so sorry if it´s a dumb question. But how do i animate this 😀

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  3. Hawkins
    Hawkins says:

    Hello, first off
    This rig is AMAZING
    One help from you, can you please make a tutorial on making a rig
    Please!!
    This would make my year!

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    • aleksey
      aleksey says:

      thanks 🙂 Glad you like it.

      Im working on a rigging course. But it’s no easy task… maybe i’ll start a patreon for it or something..

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      • Hawkins
        Hawkins says:

        Looking forward to it,and id love to help out as much as i can even if i am not that rich,there are very few cinema 4d rigging tutorials out there(at least as far as I’ve researched) and since yours would be a step by step guide….i am seriously looking forward to it

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  4. MovePl
    MovePl says:

    Amazing Rig man, clean design and nice colors.
    I just want to say thanks for the hard work.

    I think people are asking for a tutorial because what you did looks really good, but the instructions for rigging are all over the internet.. hell you can even use this one to learn how to do it, I’m not sure they really want to know how to rig after you get in to the hard part if you know what I mean.

    Cheers

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