In this 2 Part tutorial, David Ariew will show you how to create complex Octane shaders inside of Cinema 4D.
Helpful Links David mentioned:
Nick Scarcella’s HDRIS
Raphael Rau Shader Ball
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What You’ll Learn in These Videos:
In Part 1 of this jam packed 2 part Cinema 4D Octane Render tutorial, David Ariew will show you both the old and new models of creating anisotropic shaders, as well as common problems with glass, creating a studio setup, horizontal lens flares, some HDRI hacks, and a wet pavement look!
In Part 2, David will show how to create a dust shader that sits overtop a dark glass material, and cover using multiple dirt nodes and mix textures, as well as a falloff node as a slope to art direct areas that the dust would naturally gather. After that, he’ll show how to generate a grungy gold shader with complex details.
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Part 1 – Anisotrophy & Wet Pavement:
Part 2 – Dust Shader & Gold:
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