Get Better Octane Renders By Using Render Passes In Cinema 4D

New Plastic covers his techniques for getting better renders through render passes.

It’s not uncommon to have a single render come back with hundreds or even thousands of elements. It’s quite common that these scenes are touched out on set, then composited in post-production for decoration.

Kevin decided to spice up the look of his production by using what’s called a “compositing pass.” This technique uses post-production techniques such as compositing and rotoscoping in After Effects. Take it from this tutorial, New Plastic shows how he went about doing so on OctaneRender!

After Effects and Photoshop are used to show two different but similar techniques. “Even though I work with Octane, this comping workflow applies to any other render engine; I’ve recently been using the same method in Arnold or C4D’s Physical Engine.”