In this Octane Render for Cinema 4D tutorial, David Ariew will show you how create unique abstract animations in Cinema 4D with the new Vectron in Octane 2018, a feature that allows the user to render fractal forms.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Fractals
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What You’ll Learn in These Videos:
In this Cinema 4D Octane Render tutorial, David Ariew will teach you the ins and outs of Vectron, first with creating some organic looking animations, then with lighting and texturing various fractal forms. Next, we’ll render out a depth pass of the fractals and use that as a displacement map in another scene to create an ink on paper feel, as well as more extruded versions to create an animation that’s reminiscent of city structures growing. Finally, we’ll alter the code of a Vectron object and create our own fractal, which we’ll use in a larger scene with volumetrics for more of a sci-fi look.
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