Understanding and Working With Nested Dielectrics in Arnold for C4D

MographPlus shows how Nested Dielectrics works in Arnold for C4D.

Back in the day (which wasn’t all that long ago), you had to essentially “fake” complex object-refraction interactions by way of a little math and more than one refraction value. Today, we have Nested Dielectrics.

Check out this new tutorial from Mograph Plus that shows how you can set up and work with Arnold’s Nested Dielectrics feature to easily account for the various boundaries between air, glass, liquid, and ice.

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At almost 12 hours, in 84 videos, the course covers everything you need to know about Arnold. “every single minute is planned and thought for, there is no rambling, you get the top-notch quality.”

The C4D Arnold training now has a new ten videos covering the latest features in Arnold 6.1 and 6.2. Including Light Mix imager, Arnold and Optix Denoiser imagers, color correct, exposure, white balance, tone map, lens effects imagers, Nested Dielectrics, and Render Selected Objects features.

Get The Ultimate Introduction to Arnold 6 For Cinema 4D here.

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