Achieving 2D Cel Shading in Cinema 4D Without Sketch & Toon
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can use native tools inside of ANY Cinema 4D version (this includes even LITE!) to achieve 2D cel shading. What does this mean? Well this means that paired with my previous tutorial about how you can create Line Art without Sketch & Toon, you can now create something similar to the results that you can get by using S&T. Exciting stuff, huh? If you’re not familiar with cel shading and how the Sketch & Toon Cel Shader works, be sure to check out my Cel Shading tutorial here.
If you have any questions, post them in the comments! Be sure to post any examples of you using this technique in your projects as well! Thanks for watching!
If you want to have access to the Game Boy model I use in this tutorial, it’s included in the latest Sketch & Toon Model Pack that you can purchase here.
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