Making Better Sunset Renders in Cinema 4D

Daniel Danielsson shows how to fake Rayleigh Scattering to make the Belt of Venus effect in sunsets in Cinema 4D.

It sounds like an oddly specific thing to add to a render, but small details like recreating the “belt of venus” effect in sunsets and sunrises could make a render look more natural.

This new tutorial from Daniel Danielsson shows how to make the belt of venus effect using Cinema 4D and Arnold Render.

The tutorial is the perfect companion to Danielsson’s last, showing how to use TurbulenceFD and Cinema 4D to get the most realistic-looking clouds quickly.

About Daniel Danielsson.

Creative Director at Savage & Civil, working with Motion Design for Marketing in Hertfordshire, England.

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