No products in the cart.
This Pro Series Course is designed to be the definitive resource for all octane artists. We cover all Octane Material Types, Nodes, Lights, Cameras and Render Settings and everything else you need to know when it comes to Octane.
Registration confirmation will be emailed to you.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Hi Dave, is this combination of Materials and Lighting courses? or totally different?
Yep it’s both courses in one, plus wextra content coming soon. Basically we cover Octane completely. We’re offering a discount too if you allready have the Materials Masterclass. Will do a proper launch next week.
Just bought this course and very excited to start, will let you know how I get on!
Welcome aboard Pratheep! We’re realy hoping to make this the best Octane resource out there, so if there’s anything you’re still unsure of after the course, just let us know and we’ll make sure we cover it;)
The best course. I loved it.
Great to hear Umang! Let me know if there’s anything you think we should add or if you need help with anything;)
Could you please cover about how to make a super detail fabric material?
I have been looking for a tutorial of how to make a micro shot of fabric for so long
This is definitely on the list Clifford, hopefully very soon;)
Enjoying the course so far! Just finished the shader nodes section and I was wondering if you have planned to include the new Randomwalk and Volume Medium nodes? I’ve been playing with them but they seem to work a bit differently than the ones in 2019.
Great to hear mate! I’m actually working on a Randomwalk video right now, should be up within the next week or so;)
I haven’t learn anything yet but one question. Is it possible to use Octane as network rendering ? I have 2013 iMac with Nvidia Geforce 780M 4G and 2020iMac with 5700XT. Is it possible use ?
You can definitely do network rendering, check this out: http://www.aoktar.com/octane/HowtoMakeNetworkRendering.html
You might run into trouble with an older machine like that though, especially a Mac
Thank you for your quick reply. Just saw on OTOY and it is not possible.
Requires a CUDA® 10 capable NVIDIA® graphics card on Windows/Linux or AMD Vega/Navi GPU on macOS 10.15.6+.
my 2013 iMac is with Nvidia and not NAVI. Thanks again.