Pixel Lab Material Pack!

Material Pack for Cinema 4D

I’m extremely excited to introduce The Pixel Lab “Material Pack!” Over 500 C4D materials/textures to help you speed up your workflow and focus on being creative!

The textures are organized into the following categories: Alpha Overlays, Everyday Color, Fabric/Leather, Glass/Transparent/Ice, Luminance, Metal, Misc., Paper/Cardboard, Patterns/Tiles, Rubber/Plastic, Stone/Concrete/Dirt and Wood. It’s a .lib4d file so you can load these textures into your Cinema 4D Content Browser and easily access them at any time!

Best of all we are only asking $50 for the pack, which should make it very accessible to everyone.

“I just wanted to say thank you for your Cinema 4D material pack. It is amazing, super high quality and quite frankly the best 50 bucks I’ve ever spent on anything C4D related!”

-A Customer Named Robert Nowicki









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78 Responses
      1. Curtis D

        I also would love to use these in element 3D…I think your missing a huge market if you dont…and second question will they work in C4D lite..The one that ships with AE CC?

        1. Unfortunately I don’t think it will work with Lite. We will consider transferring to Element, but we have to investigate how hard it will be to port over first…

    1. It’s actually quite simple to bake textures to your models if you are modeling and texturing in C4D before importing them into Element3D. If you want to use them as drag-and-drop textures directly within Element3D, that’s a little tougher, but not impossible. You simply need to export the different channels from these textures as image maps which you drop into the corresponding layers in the Element3D texture. Many tutorials can be found online to do this.

  1. curious wallet

    Are many of the noise patterns in some of the grunge, bumps, etc generated procedurally? Or are most of these image maps? I wish to buy a pack that doesn’t seem so tiled. I found Element3D C4D textures look too tiled.


  2. Mark Santella

    Is snow one of the materials? Did I miss it or are you planning on releasing it. I am most interested in that as well. Thanks.

  3. This looks great. You can never have enough materials at your fingertips. Thanks.
    Are image based textures any particular size?
    Will be making a positive purchase decision soon..

  4. Rogue Robot

    Amazing! Really fantastic work and a bargain price. Thank you for this and for everything you have done for the motion graphics community.

  5. Rogue Robot

    Just tried a few of these out. Absolutely spectacular! It’s the only texture pack I’ll be using from now on. Thanks again.

  6. zBorg

    These are really great – a huge variety of well-thought-out meticulously-useful materials – just the kind of thing I need. Many thanks!

  7. David

    Best $50 I’ve spent in a long time…incredible value! Also, I am delighted to support you just a little bit. Thank for all of your tutorials and free models over the years.

  8. Gokhan

    Hi Joren,firstly thank you very much for great job,it’s look great.
    I’m looking at the sample pictures that you share this page and
    I have a little request from you;
    I can’t see some liquids…You know “ready-to-use C4D liquids” are very rare 😉
    Beer, blood, wine, milk, ocean, cola, fruit juice, whisky etc….
    if possible can you added them?

    Thaks again for your great pack 😉

  9. HC

    I almost bought this awesome pack for C4D til I realisted it is not compatibl with the Lite version. Is there any chance to get an update for that? I’m not the only one who requesting this I guess. Thanks for the answer!

  10. This is exactly what I was thinking about these being compatible with Element. If these textures have the provided Specular, Bump, Diffuse, etc. etc. image maps then theoretically you can rebuild whatever texture needed in Element.

    Can anyone confirm or deny if this pack includes separate image files for each texture? If so this is a for sure purchase for me…

    I am just not too familiar with C4D texture files… 🙁

    1. Hey mate, the pack does not specifically include separate image files for each texture so you would need C4D to rebuild them unfortunately. Cheers!

    1. It should work with Lite yes. You might lose a couple of the textures that use some advanced options, but the majority will work fine. If you’re not satisfied or it doesn’t work just let me know and I can refund your purchase. Thanks!

  11. Rob

    A lot of people asking does it work with this software or that software or with this renderer or that renderer. I just wanted to say thank you for this. It’s great to have a materials pack that is just for Cinema 4D and just for the great old standard renderer. Keep it simple people. There is nothing you can’t do with Cinema 4D and it’s standard internal renderer. Have fun to all! And thanks so much for creating this and not charging an arm and a leg for it, Joren.

  12. Hi guys, Just purchased this. Downloading now! Cannot believe how much you offer for so little price for this material pack! Value right there. Cannot wait to try them out 😀

  13. Ryan Mitchell

    Hi Joren – are the materials in this set using the new R16 reflectance channel and its new capabilities, or is it using the R15 and earlier versions of reflectance?

        1. We’re checking into the possibility, but nothing is set yet. This pack will work fine with R16, it just doesn’t use some of the new possibilities that were introduced in R16. I’ll let you know if we ever make a R16 specific pack, thanks!

    1. They all vary in sizes, and a lot of them are procedural. We do have a 100% money back guarantee in case it doesn’t work out for you. And yes, they are cleared for commercial use. Cheers!

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