TFMStyle shows how to get great-looking dispersion effects in crystals using Redshift.
TFMStyle (the French Monkey) offers insights into creating that coveted dispersion effect using Cinema 4D and Redshift. The tutorial covers creating realistic crystals (using QuartzFM, of course) and shows some techniques and strategies for creating shaders and the settings involved – like casting photon caustics and dispersion.
If you’ve been trying to nail down the crystals’ look in a render, you are not alone. It’s a combination of form, materials, and light. The plugin helps to create the correct organic shapes for the gems. The Quartz formation module for Cinema 4D comes with a C4D Library and is compatible with all the host app versions.
Get The Quartz Plugin for C4D.
The plugin comes as a pack that includes the Quartz FM plugin and scene builder tools, and a presets collection as a fast starting point. Pick up Quartz FM v.1 here, and learn more.