In this Octane Render for Cinema 4D tutorial, David Ariew will show you how to dive into creating simple mirror boxes with a chandelier object, using a mix material and dialing in a few settings. Next, we’ll take a look at more complex geometry for the rooms, as well as beveled spheres and even more intricate patterns using Merk Vilson’s Topoformer plugin. We’ll also cover the new universal camera features in depth, including the fisheye lens, and various aberration settings. Finally, we’ll jump into a more complex tech look using Topoformer and Respline, all inside the mirror room.
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