Subsurface Fracturing Ice with Octane Cinema 4D Tutorial

By MOBOX Graphics

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In this Cinema 4D motion graphic tutorial we are going to be taking a look at how to create this exploding ice ball in Cinema 4D R20 and Octane Renderer. Thanks to Nvidia for providing us with the RTX3090 FE that made this video possible!​
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00:00​ Intro
00:57​ Building the blob using the Volume Builder
06:16​ Generating random shatter pieces
07:51​ Cloning shattered pieces
09:32​ Using Octane Scatter for more clones
14:00​ Limiting Octane Scatter to a selection
15:37​ Lighting setup
18:35​ Creating the ice material in Octane
22:27​ Core light emission material
23:10​ Creating fog in Octane
24:10​ Octane Camera settings
25:43​ Outro

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