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C4dtoa hair fix

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C4dtoa hair fix

 

I came over a problem with the Arnold Hair. You can see in the picture that the hair doesn't pick up the color from the texture, and as usual it's an easy fix.

You add an Arnold Tag, and tick the Export UVs. In the hair material you add your texture to the standard hair shader.

Good luck!

 

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Arnold Render Utility Shader as an illustrative tool

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Arnold Render Utility Shader as an illustrative tool

 

In this tutorial I show the utility shader in Arnold Render. It gives opportunity to create looks that aren't possible with the native render engine in Cinema 4d. Hope this gives you new inspiration to explore new looks and styles.

If you have a material suggestion, write it in the comments :)

Cinema 4D https://www.maxon.net/en/
Arnold Render https://www.solidangle.com/
Anders Langlands http://www.anderslanglands.com/alshad...

 

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Arnold Ice Material Tutorial  - Using Cinema 4d, Arnold Render, B2M & Photoshop - Texture02

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Arnold Ice Material Tutorial - Using Cinema 4d, Arnold Render, B2M & Photoshop - Texture02

 

In this tutorial I show how to create an ice material for Arnold Render. In photoshop I make the material base based on a picture. It's made square and seamless for ease of use. Then processed in Bitmap2Material to create different texture maps. Then mixed together in Arnold Render.

This is a little more advanced then the first material tutorial, and hope you like it.

Cinema 4D
Arnold Render
Anders Langalands
Bitmap2Material
Photoshop

 

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Arnold + X-Particles part02

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Arnold + X-Particles part02

 

In this second part I show you how you can change color on collision. This technique can be used in many different ways where you need to go from one particle group to the other.

 

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Arnold + X-Particles part01

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Arnold + X-Particles part01

 

In this is a quick tutorial I show how you can make simple trails (and short arrows) that also change color over life by using Arnold Render and X-Particles in Cinema 4D.

This is my second tutorial so sorry for the stuttering :)

The shift button hung up after a brake, sorry for that!

 

 

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