Cinema 4D/Octane: Abstract Spheres, Lighting and Texturing Tutorial Parts 1 & 2
In this tutorial series, Dave Bergin from CG Shortcuts, goes over the process of creating abstract spheres in Cinema 4D, and the lighting and texturing of those spheres with Octane. It also includes free project files.
Part 1 – Creating Abstract Spheres using Dynamics Tutorial
In this tutorial, Dave Bergin from CG Shortcuts shares with us his process to create some cool abstract spheres using dynamics in Cinema 4D.
The link to the Free Project Files can be found on the original YouTube post.
Part 2 – Octane Lighting & Texturing
Today we’ll be going over the lighting and texturing of our last tutorial C4D Abstract Spheres. We had a lot of comments asking for this so here’s how to set it up in Cinema 4D and Octane Renderer!
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