Model, XPresso Preset


Animation, Character, Lego, Toy


Ioannis Zervopoulos

LegoMAN 4D Accessories v.1

A collection of 18 3D accessory models, with their own parameters, to use with LegoMAN 4D, or as stand-alone items! The pack also includes 24 Sticker images, to apply directly on LegoMAN 4D! Get a wide variety of minifigs in your scenes, with “LegoMAN 4D Accessories”!

Supported C4D releases: R12, R13
Required C4D modules: -
$ 2.50 
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Discussion about this product

  1. Reply
    Tobbias Godvil on March 19, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    PS. I was not aware that what I wrote would be posted directly. I would appreciate if you could write me via the mail I supplyed and then just erase the discussion I started. Thanks.

    • YiannZ on March 20, 2014 at 3:08 am

      Hey Tobbias,
      First of all, as I’m not the moderator here, I don’t have access to the email address you supplied, nor I can edit/delete any of these comments here…So I cannot answer you via email…

      To answer your first question, LegoMAN4D works fine with R15 and R14!
      The only thing that you will have to do differently in R15, is when you want to add multiple LegoMAN4D figures in your scene…You will have to drag every single one of them from your content browser…Ctrl+C,Ctrl+V commands, although they’ll create a duplicate of the figure, they won’t duplicate the material, like in previous versions.
      Hope that make sense…

  2. Reply
    Tobbias Godvil on March 19, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    Just great work your doing. I had a look at both this product and I wonder what will happen if used with the R15 version of cinema 4D?
    Kind regards Tobbias

  3. Reply
    tom on March 13, 2014 at 2:45 pm

    Hi There,

    I came across your lego4d plugin and I really like it, my question is how can you go about animating and manipulating the bricks I just added a rigid body tag and a collider tag to a plane to simulate the brick falling and hitting the ground. But it takes for ever to run the sim

    any Idea what is wrong or what I should be doing,

    • YiannZ on March 20, 2014 at 2:26 am

      Hey Tom,
      sorry for the late reply…It’s true that it’s not straight forward, how to apply dynamics on Lego4d efficiently…
      So, I uploaded a very short instructional video on how to properly do it, at Lego4D product page, or at vimeo ::

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