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Otoy Octane
Otoy Octane Tutorial Side Node Cinema 4D
To get the studio set up I used go here: thepixellab.net/c4d-octane-lighting-essentials In this tutorial I’ll show you how you can add a material to the front of an object and a different one to the back of an object in Cinema 4D with Octane Render. We’ll do this with the Side Node, which will use...
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Otoy Octane Tutorial: Adaptive Sampling
Have you ever used Octane’s Adaptive Sampling? This tutorial is a big one. Not that’s it’s good or incredibly interesting but big in the fact that it could save you 30% render times potentially. I’ll go over Adaptive Sampling in C4D Octane, how it works, and why you might want to use it. Hope it...
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C4D Octane Tutorial Realistic Texturing with the Dirt Node and Image Textures
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to add a lot of realism to your C4D Octane renders by combining the Dirt Node with an Image Texture. You can do that by utilizing the Color Correction node. This will break up the Dirt so it’s not so uniform. I’ll also show you a quick tip...
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  **Get the HUD Pack here: goo.gl/pWf8qA In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create some cool glassy tech graphics in Cinema 4D, After Effects and Octane Render. I will show you how to set up the Z-Depth pass and address a little gotcha that might frustrate you with Octane. Finally I’ll show you...
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  In this quick tip I’ll show you how to use a little Xpresso so your lights or HDRIs can flicker in Cinema 4D. This is great for setting some moody lighting. Hope it helps you out!
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  This tutorial is a basic introduction to Mix Materials in Octane for C4D. I’ll show you how to set up Mix Materials so you can add dirt to tires. If you want to check out the easy way to do this, you can find our PXL + DIRT Rig plugin here. The Jeep model...
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  In this Part 1 of 2 series I’ll show you how to use the PXL + DIRT Rig to quickly add dirt to tires. If you don’t have PXL Rig, the next tutorial will show how to achieve this effect with just the Octane Mix Material. I hope you enjoy. Here is a link...
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    In this quick tip I’ll show you one of my favorite techniques for creating dramatic, moody lighting by making a sun timelapse. This tip uses the Octane for C4D Daylight Tag, but you can also do this in the Physical Renderer or in Redshift etc. We also go over why your HDRI doesn’t...
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  If your scene is really dense, sometimes your focus picker seems to just jam up and not work which is quite frustrating. This is a super simple tip but the quick hack will help you pull focus without any hassle. Hope it helps!
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  In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up your Octane scene so you can “catch” shadows by using a Matte option. This will help out with your compositing in AE. Hope it helps!
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