1. srenshaw

    Hi Andris. When I open the C4D file I get an error message saying ‘Picture viewer cannot open the file’ and there doesn’t seem to be anything in the scene. I’m using R11.5, does it require R12?


  2. jonathan_heart

    hello andris, i´ve got the same problem to use your bottle generator with version 11! but i think i had to load this file in any way and not only open it!!!

  3. burke747

    Hi Andris,
    This is a great generator. Thanks for sharing. One question for you: there seems to be a slightly convex shape to the body itself, rather than a straight line up and down on each side from the base to the beginning of the neck. I’m trying to emulate a specific beer bottle, and I have played around with the base size, neck size, etc. to try to even it out, but I must be missing the right way to do it. Would it be possible for me to adjust the interpretation somewhere in the loft nurbs settings, or other?

    Keep up the good work.


    • Andris

      Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll take a look at the generator over the weekend. Hopefully I can come up with a solution for you or I will update the version.

  4. vaultavenger

    Hi Andris,
    came across your blog over a tuto series from video2brain and the Vray for Cinema4d Tuto from Arndt von Koenigsmarck.
    So thanks for the expresso-bottle, it’s a quite nice feature to play with.
    BTW, you got a very nice and informative blog here, very good work and thanks for sharing.
    I’m running cinema R13 and your bottle generator’s working fine…
    Greatings Tim


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