I have another great freebie from Remco! This is a really cool studio that you can display objects such as cars in. It’s made for Cinema 4D, but is textured/lit with Octane Render. If you use a different render engine you’ll have to tweak the textures.
Also, just so you know, the can is NOT included in the download, that’s just one I found online to demo what the scene is for. Hopefully you find good use for it. If you make anything cool let me know!
Another freebie by Remco van der Meer! It’s a great sculpted beetle bug and was created in Cinema 4D. The download includes textures. Feel free to use for personal or commercial use, just not for resale. Enjoy! If you have any resources you would like to share with the community, just shoot me an e-mail to [email protected] I would love to help spread the word!
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use the new Light Linking features in Octane for Cinema 4D. I believe they came out with Octane 4.0 so you will need to make sure you’re up to date. Light linking has always been the biggest request for Octane. If you don’t know what light linking is, it’s the ability to take a light and only have it affect certain objects in your scene, not everything. This was never possible in Octane till now, and it’s a huge deal!
Free model time! This one is by my friend Brian Pilgrim. He modeled it and I textured it up for Octane Render. (If you use other render engines you’ll have to re-texture, but it shouldn’t be too bad). It’s a rad old fashioned train station clock. The brick wall texture isn’t included in the download, it’s part of our Octane Texture Pack 2, if you’re interested in it. Besides that it’s all there and free to use for whatever you want, including commercial work. Enjoy! Huge thanks to Brian, make sure to check him out on his Twitter or Instagram. Thanks buddy!
Oh man do I have an epic freebie today. This is a labor of love by Ryan Bechtel, who is a motion designer in Chicago. Ryan built out a Cinema 4D mechanical Solar System which is called an Orrery. You should do a little reading up on the history of these, it’s pretty fascinating! Anyway, Ryan rigged up the entire thing with a ton of Xpresso controls for speed, size etc. so make sure to dig into the Xpresso to learn about how it’s made. Huge thanks to Ryan! Make sure to follow him here: bechtelmgfx.com or on Instagram
New freebie today from my friend Remco van der Meer! It’s a low poly version of the Ghostbusters Ecto-1, which is a cultural icon! The model comes in two versions. One is an Arnold Render for Cinema 4D version, and the other is a straight Physical render version for Cinema 4D. Alternatively you could delete the roof rack and crazy ghost busting paraphernalia and use this as a regular low poly vehicle. Oh, and if you need more low poly vehicles/elements check out our Low Poly Scenery Pack and our Low Poly Explainer Pack. They’re pretty rad. Enjoy, and huge thanks to Remco!
New free model created by Remco van der Meer! Included are two Cinema 4D industrial light fixture models. They’re textured for Cinema 4D physical render. Feel free to use for personal or commercial use, just not for re-sale. Also, check out or Industrial Pack if you need more of this type of model. Enjoy!