- [Instructor] With the glasses framed up nicely,…it's time to add materials.…This scene requires four materials,…a diffuse for the ground,…a glossy for the body of the glasses,…and a specular for the lenses,…and a metallic for the various hinges,…screws, and end pieces.…Now we're not going to set them all up,…as we'll be covering materials in more detail later,…but we'll create the glossy material together.…So first, let's add the materials that are already present…in the material manager here to our scene.…
So reveal what we have in our object manager.…Let's fire up the live viewer,…and there we have our glasses.…Now what we can do is we can just drag…this metal material on very similar…to how we do any kind of texturing of…standard Cinema 4D things, but we can also double click.…If we double click the specular, we can have a look…at the octane material editor.…Come over to Assignment here at the bottom,…and just drag the lenses into this,…and now we can see the live viewer updates.…
Another thing we can do with this diffuse,…
- What is OctaneRender?
- Framing shots
- Adding materials and lights
- Rendering your first image
- Using the Live Viewer
- Creating Octane materials
- Mixing and blending materials
- Working with lights and cameras
- Rendering objects such as hair, particles, and fog
- Creating render settings presets
- Rendering animation
Skill Level Intermediate
After Effects CC 2018: VFX Essential Trainingwith Alan Demafiles4h 20m Intermediate
1. OctaneRender for C4D
Why use OctaneRender?3m 19s
2. Octane Quick Start: Rendering Your First Image
3. Understanding the Live Viewer
4. Working with Octane Materials
5. Working with Octane Lights and Cameras
6. Other Octane Objects
7. Rendering with Octane
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