Cinema 4D Redshift Tutorial Texturing with Math Constant Node
  In this tutorial for Cinema 4D and Redshift I’ll show you how to use the math constant node to link together multiple textures. This will save you a lot of time, and even more as your texture node tree gets bigger and messier! Hope you find it useful. To get the Redshift Material used,...
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Cinema 4D Redshift Tutorial Flickering Projector
  In this Redshift Cinema 4D tutorial I’ll show you how to set up a projector light that flickers. We’ll be using volumetrics to see the light, and Xpresso to rig up some flickering. It’s also a great technique to use if you want any lights in your scene to flicker like in a creepy...
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Cinema 4D + Redshift Tutorial: How to use the Color User Data Node to Save Time
  In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use the RS Color User Data Node in Cinema 4D Redshift to quickly create really artistic looks. I’ll also show you how to use Adobe Color swatches to pipe into RS so you can have a specific color palette. You can even save out your color...
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Redshift Tutorial Cinema 4D Puzzle Mattes
  Are Puzzle Mattes in C4D Redshift better than Cryptomattes? Maybe! We’ll go over it in this tutorial. I hope this, plus the Cryptomatte tutorial, will give you all the matte options you need. The scene in this tutorial is from Redshift Lighting Essentials. Check it out here.
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Cinema 4D Redshift Tutorial After Effects Cryptomatte
  Game changer? I think so! In this tutorial I’ll go over how to use the Cryptomatte feature in Redshift for Cinema 4D and After Effects. It’s an amazing way to quickly deal with mattes/buffers. If you haven’t used Cryptomatte, I HIGHLY recommend adding it to your workflow! If you use Octane, I have an...
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VDB Clouds Pack Octane Redshift Arnold Cinema 4D
  In this beginner tutorial I’ll show you how to import a .vdb into Cinema 4D Redshift and set everything up so you can render it. I’ll be using our brand new VDB Clouds Pack which you can get here.
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