Learn how to utilize subsurface scattering in OctaneRender for C4D for more realistic renders.
- [Instructor] Welcome to another C4D Weekly. … Last week, we covered the concept of subsurface scattering … and how you can achieve it using … Cinema 4D's standard renderer. … This week, I'm going to show you how you can create … subsurface scattering materials using OctaneRender. … So if you don't know what subsurface scattering is, … be sure to check out last week's video … and then come back to this one. … So, what I'm going to do is just kind of set up the scene here. … It's very important that we have a couple lights … in our scene and then an environment. … Having the environment is very important … for this subsurface scattering effect … to work in Octane. … You can see this is just a simple Octane sky … with an RGB spectrum loaded up as the texture. … Now let's go ahead and create a new Octane material. … And let's just double click this open. … And let's just go ahead and apply this to our lion object. … And now let's fire up the live viewer window. … And there we go. … Just a plain default diffuse material, …
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