SilverwingVFX dives into Nested Dielectrics and Clipping Materials in Octane to make real-looking diamonds.
Check out this new tutorial from SilverwingfVFX (Raphael Rau) that shows how to render great-looking diamonds and metal using Octane for Cinema 4D.
The tutorial shows how to work with Nested Dielectrics and Clipping Materials for a mix of transparent (Diamonds) and opaque (Metal) objects to make it easier to visualize jewelry.
Rau often takes specific rendering techniques and does a deep dive showing off things like working with nested dielectrics, ray switch nodes, and working with cryptomatte.
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