I’m beyond stoked to share this Octane for C4D product. Quickly add complex dirt, grunge and worn looks to your materials. You can also add stickers and patterns. The best part is that it takes very complex mix materials, noises, shaders and layers and puts them all in a very easy to use interface which is fast and fun to play around with. I hope you find it useful! I teamed up with Cedric Henry, from PXLNTWRk to make this available to you.
- Cinema 4D
- Octane for C4D version 3.06 minimum
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A couple tips on using GI Clamp and Hot Pixel Removal to fix fireflies in your scene and speed up your renders. Hopefully this helps you out!
Super quick, but hopefully helpful. If you need to add an alpha texture, here are a couple things to keep in mind. Also, if you have that nasty white pixel fringe on your alpha channel, hopefully this technique will fix that. Cheers!
We have another little collection of models by my friend Jim Field. He created a whole series of bed models.
Today’s pack has three childrens themed bed models for interiors. These are great set dressings! There is a camper van bed, a horse and carriage themed bed and a castle themed bed.
I hope you enjoy them. Huge thanks to Jim for sharing!
PXL + DIRT Rig for C4D Octane is rocking and rolling! Here is a technique to use displacement and also use the rig to add grunge. Hope it helps you out!
Just a quick tip when dealing with your kernel settings in Octane. Definitely a beginner tip, but hopefully it will help some of you out if you’re new to the program!
Jim Field is back at it again with a free Cinema 4D flute model! Massive thanks to Jim for sharing.
If you have any cool assets you’ve created and want to share with the community, let me know. I would love to help spread the word!
Just a little Octane hack for making beveled edges without adding extra polygons or making your scene more dense. Pretty interesting you can do this right in a material!
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make a hospital x-ray in Cinema 4D Octane with the falloffmap shader. I’ll also show you some tips and tricks for a faster workflow, and also show the difference between the Octane Dirt Shader and FalloffMap Shader.
You can get the free skull model here
The end is here! Final batch of NAB C4D training is live. Again, huge thanks to Maxon US and Cineversity.com for recording and publishing all of these for us!