Octane Diamond Material – Cinema 4D Tutorial (Free Project)

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Today we’ll be creating a Diamond Material in Octane and Cinema 4D. We’ll use the Octane Specular material in C4D.

From our new Octane Masterclass here: https://bit.ly/2MtC2eW

You can download the free project file too and use it in your own motion graphics work. Let me know if you found it useful!

– Dave Bergin

Shortcuts to Better Digital Art from a Freelance Digital Artist.

👉 Download Project File Here ➜ https://gum.co/UHvHM

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  1. please redshift. there is a big problem in redshift there is no specular depth and it turns out not realistic

    1. You can definitely do this with Redshift, I hope to do some tutorials soon;)

    2. @CG Shortcuts there are lessons in redshift in which create a diamond, but this diamond does not look like a real one.
      the main thing is that there is no fullness which is created in the octane.
      this I can say with certainty, because I see diamonds every day under a microscope.
      in redshift, the resulting diamond takes in the reflection the color of the sky or house light.
      In reality, it is white with gray (graphite shadows inside on some faces ) and with some distortion.
      really looking forward to your lesson!

  2. sucks how much Youtube and Instagram love to compress the hell out of nice renders

  3. Is there any way to achieve a similar light refraction effect thing with the C4D physical renderer?

  4. Can you please make a tutorial on how to make Diamond Material with Redshift ?

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