Pixel Lab Material Pack for Octane Render

Octane-Material-PackNote: this pack is now 5+ years old, and recent updates to Octane have been used in our newer Octane Texture Packs 1, 2 and 3 (see here). I would recommend checking those out, since they are more optimized for current versions of Octane.

This pack includes over 500 C4D materials/textures to help you speed up your workflow and focus on being creative! OctaneRender has taken the world by storm and is setting the bar high for GPU renderers. Install this pack and you can dive in to Octane with tons of great materials/textures so you can hit the ground running.


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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.


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    1. Joel, I just sent you an e-mail on how to do that. We are working on getting a tutorial for that as well, hopefully we can get that online shortly. Thanks man!

      1. Elad

        I see. would be nice actually to have them as mix materials since the result comes out more realistic with the fresnel, also with metals…

    1. Technically it is possible to add user materials to it, drop and drag a material to the ‘LocalDB’ folder, it will create an external individual .orbx file per material. That said there really isn’t any benefit to using the LiveDB over the content browser, It’s not as user-friendly as the content browser.

      1. m

        Thank you. Well, I do hate the content browser, and I just happen to love the liveDB – more convenient to browse in my opinion.
        Well, I’ll buy it anyway, but if there was the possibility to include the whole pack as .orbx too (with folders), so the buyers could copy the folders into the localDB folder..because I am not sure if it is possible to import more than one materials in the same go.

        1. I guess I’m just really used to .lib4ds since I use them so much! We’ll check into the possibility of a .orbx file and see if that’s an option. Thanks for the suggestion! Cheers!

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