How To Make Plastic, Wood, And Metal In Arnold For Cinema 4D

MographPlus shows fundamental approaches for creating realistic plastic, wood, and metal in Arnold.

Mograph+ and Kamel Khezri share their expertise in creating realistic materials for Arnold. They teach the fundamentals of a workflow that covers both organic shapes as well as hard surfaces like plastic, wood or metal with this tutorial!.

By the end of this workshop, you will know how to create some fundamental shaders in C4DtoA. You can choose from plastic or wood; Parquet flooring (think chess pieces); Concrete textures like bricks and mortar for building walls etc.; Metal patterns that range form industrial looking pattercs such as forge marks on metal objectand mesh-like designs used often by engineers who work withengineers. These are just examples but there is an entire library fullof different techniques applicable across any design challenge!

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This course comes as an excerpt from Mograph+, the creators of Arnold 6. This Ultimate Introduction to ARNOLD 6 FOR CINEMA 4D was just released and will teach you all about key features in this incredibly popular product with over 11 hours worth on 84 videos! “Every single minute is planned out perfectly,” says Brad Dowdy, one instructor at Mograph+ who has been creating training material since 2007 when he started providing 3d content for architectural visualization companies before going freelance full time five years ago.”

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