OctaneRender is a well-liked third-party render engine for Cinema 4D. It renders photographs in a a lot shorter time than a regular CPU renderer. On this course, mograph artist Andy Needham introduces members to this important instrument for 3D modeling and design. It begins with a quick-start information, designed to get you up and working with Octane in 30 minutes or much less. Andy then explores the Reside Viewer—the guts of the engine, which gives on the spot visible suggestions in your mission—and C4D layouts for Octane. Then dive deep into supplies, together with the mix and metallic supplies launched in Octane 3.08; the Octane lighting system; and the thin-lens digicam, which allows results resembling depth of discipline and movement blur. Andy additionally evaluations Octane Scatter, volumetric results like fog, and the brand new Toon supplies and lights. He reveals the best way to optimize your render settings and use a multi-pass workflow to allow you to get essentially the most flexibility and management over your scene. The course wraps up with a problem that may will let you apply your newfound expertise.
Subjects embrace:

What’s OctaneRender?
Framing pictures
Including supplies and lights
Rendering your first picture
Utilizing the Reside Viewer
Creating Octane supplies
Mixing and mixing supplies
Working with lights and cameras
Rendering objects resembling hair, particles, and fog
Creating render settings presets
Rendering animation