Learn how to create the super popular Nike Flyweave material that you have been seeing in their new commercial animations. X-Particles makes creating Flyweave fabric easy in this Cinema 4D Tutorial.
What will I Learn?
We are going to jump into C4D and I am going to show you how I created the macro shot of the Nike Flyweave material here in my Air Jordan 31 Animation. We will use X-Particles and a couple simple techniques to create this material.
Flyknit is the super strong super light fabric pattern and it is all over their CG animated spots.
In this tutorial, Chad will break down the typical HDRI workflow in Octane and demonstrate how much faster it can be with HDRI Link. Typically, testing out several different HDRI’s in your scene can be time-consuming and cumbersome. Basically a pain in the butt. HDRI Link sets out to solve that by making the process easy and dare we say fun? HDRI Link is available here for $69 and ships with 10 example HDRIs AND a free Bonus HDRI Expansion Pack with 20 HDRs.
Interesting side note regarding HDRI Link: Roughly 90% of all the images on the @gsg_3d Instagram account used HDRI Link. Even @lockedandloading swears by it.
In this quick 9-minute video, we learn how to create random variation effects in Octane for Cinema 4D. The key to realism is variation. Often you want to create slight variations across many objects but you don’t want hundreds of materials to do so. One way to achieve this in Octane is using the Random Color node to drive many attributes in ONE SHADER. Hope you dig this quick tip!