Creating Displacement Map Textures in Adobe Illustrator and After Effects for Cinema 4D

In Part 1 of this 2 part tutorial series (watch Part 2), David Ariew dives into Adobe Illustrator and After Effects to demonstrate how to create custom 8K displacement maps to make complex greeble style surface geometry in Cinema 4D using Otoy Octane to recreate this amazing work by Robert Sundelin.

Helpful Artists & Links David mentioned:
Robert Sundelin (Blues4D)
TechIt Pack

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Topics covered include:

• Learning about greeble textures
• How greeble textures are used by prominent C4D artists like beeple
• Creating greeble textures quickly and easily inside of Adobe Illustrator
• Creating color maps based off the greeble textures inside of Adobe After Effects

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