Rendering Explosions, Fire, and Smoke in Arnold C4D

MographPlus shows how to work with openVDB files and render them with Arnold

Arnold has some nice volume shaders that let you render things like fire, smoke, clouds, or even explosions. Check out this look from MographPlus covering working with openVDB files in Maxon Cinema 4D and then using Arnold to render them.

Standard Volume Shader.

Arnold’s standard volume shader is a relatively new addition that replaced some older methods. It offers a collection of attributes in a physically-based volume shader with controls for density, scatter color and transparency. The tutorial shows how you can get openVDB volumes and make them look great in Cinema 4D using Arnold and the volume shader.

The tutorial comes as an excerpt from The Ultimate Introduction to Arnold 6 For Cinema 4D course.

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