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Cinema 4D and Octane Render

Cinema 4D and Octane Render

 

Today we’re doing a gathering of tutorials about third-party renderers for Cinema 4D. Enjoy some tutorials about Cinema 4D and Octane Render.

  • Octane Render Playlist for Cinema 4D – David Ariew and Eyedesyn have a playlist, currently with 12 videos, that dive into Octane and Cinema 4D. The first is an overview video, then they cover topics like converting physical render scenes for Octane Render, creating a futuristic city using Octane Scatter, applying motion blur in Octane Scatter, and more.
  • Create a Detailed Mars Landscape Using Octane Render Displacement – This one is from the playlist above but it’s brand new, and I’m a geek for space stuff. David Ariew does a lengthy tutorial on creating a Mars colony with Cinema 4D and Octane.
  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know In Octane – Cinema 4D Tips Tutorial – CG Shortcuts gives you some nice tips on smoothing glass, working with noise, double-sided rendering, and more.

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Octane Render Playlist for Cinema 4D

David Ariew and Eyedesyn have a playlist, currently with 12 videos, that dive into Octane and Cinema 4D. The first is an overview video, then they cover topics like converting physical render scenes for Octane Render, creating a futuristic city using Octane Scatter, applying motion blur in Octane Scatter, and more.

Create a Detailed Mars Landscape Using Octane Render Displacement

This one is from the playlist above but it’s brand new, and I’m a geek for space stuff. David Ariew does a lengthy tutorial on creating a Mars colony with Cinema 4D and Octane.

5 Things You Didn’t Know In Octane – Cinema 4D Tips Tutorial

CG Shortcuts gives you some nice tips on smoothing glass, working with noise, double-sided rendering, and more.

Cinema 4D Octane Tutorial: Scatter Object Overview

Joren from The Pixel Lab talks about the Scatter object, which is like a cloner in Cinema 4D.

Creating Plants in Octane and After Effects

Arthur Whitehead explains how to model a plant, light it, spread the vegetation with Octane Scatter, and then bring it into After Effects with Trapcode Particular, Video Copilot Optical Flares, and Frischluft Lenscare for depth of field effects. (Via Lester Banks)

Posted by Michele Yamazaki