Cinema 4D – Procedural Textures with Octane Tutorial

[Source] New Plastic

 Cinema 4D - Procedural Textures with Octane Tutorial

In this tutorial by New Plastic, we’ll explore the process of creating some unique and procedural textures using Octane in Cinema 4D.

By combining different colored-noise nodes, we can achieve an intricate look that’s totally procedural yet looks like an abstract image. We’ll also quickly go over importing shapes from Illustrator, and using the Lathe object.

Tutorial Timeline:

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 00:26 – Setting up Scene
  • 01:38 – Creating Texture – Color
  • 04:11 – Creating Texture – Scratches
  • 05:33 – Creating Texture – Worn Out Edges
  • 06:42 – Creating Texture – Adjusting Bump
  • 07:35 – Importing Illustrator Vectors
  • 08:00 – Setting Lathe Object
  • 08:35 – Composing the Scene
  • 10:11 – Experimenting with Different Textures
  • 14:40 – Setting up Lights
  • 15:40 – Final Adjustments
  • 15:58 – Render Settings
  • 17:14 – Outro

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