How to Make a Stop-Motion Clay Look With C4D, Redshift

You And Me Academy shows how to create a stop-motion clay look with Cinema 4D and Redshift procedurally.

If you’re looking for that classic stop-motion look with materials, this new tutorial from the You and Me Academy shows how to create that ever-changing clay looks with 3D.

The tutorial shows how to make the clay material entirely procedural using Cinema 4D and Redshift. An upcoming tutorial will cover creating the animation and following through with the stop-motion look.

More on that Clay Look.

Also, check out this tutorial that shows Christopher Rutledge putting together a shader that looks like it might be stop-motion clay.

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