Basics for Creating Metal and Plastic Materials in C4D

Ace 5 Studios Covers the Fundamentals for Creating Metal and Plastic Materials With Cinema 4D.

Aleksey Voznesenski posts the first tutorial that is the beginning of a new series that will cover the fundamentals for creating shader materials in Cinema 4D. If you are just getting started with rendering in Cinema 4D and you don’t yet have a third party render tool like Octane or Redshift, then Aleksey’s series may be a great place to start.

Aleksey shows how to put together metal and plastic materials in C4D using cinema’s built-in physical renderer. Other installments in the series will cover creating glass, ceramics, and other essential shading materials that you can use everyday, eventually building up a library.

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