How to Create Complex Procedural Material for Octane in C4D

New Plastic offers a look into creating complex procedural materials that push the limits of Octane’s node system.

This new tutorial from New Plastic shows how you can create these weird and interesting alien-rock formations procedurally with Cinema 4D and Octane Render. “… we’re going to push Octane’s node system and make some complex procedural alien rock-like materials,” Guy says.

The tutorial uses a single Universal material and then combines various noise nodes to create layered surface details. “As a bonus, we’ll also go over how to quickly set up a procedural rock model in Cinema4D, which you can change into different structures in a couple of clicks.”

New Plastic has many handy materials bundled you can download and use, found on his Gumroad store here.

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