How to add Multiple Stickers and Labels in Redshift for Cinema 4D

February 1, 2018

In this Quick-Tip tutorial, Chad Ashley of Greyscalegorilla demonstrates a technique for adding stickers and labels that allow you to use multiple UV channels in one material.

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7 Comments
  • Cool, very handy info even though I don’t use Redshift.

    Could this workflow be tailored for use in Octane ?

    • AFAIK Octane does not support multiple UV channels. I could be wrong though. I don’t use Octane in my day-to-day anymore. thanks for the comment!

  • For some reason the decal is showing up on both sides of my object, I can’t figure out how to

  • For some reason the decal is showing up on both sides of my object. I can’t figure out how to restrain it to just one side. Is this a UV thing? Do I need to unwrap my UVs or something for this to work properly?

    • yes, the skateboard was UV’d to have it’s top and bottom separate. As long as you properly UV your skateboard, you shouldn’t have any stickers showing up on your grip tape. 🙂

  • Hey Chad

    Nice Tutorial as usual! I am thinking of switching from Octane to REDSHIFT. I just can not wrap my head around the Octane work flow especially when texturing. I know REDSHIFT will have a learning curve just like any of the different render’s but is it better for a production workflow, especially for texturing?

    • Hi Thomas, what exactly is tripping you up on the Octane texture workflow? I’d recommend getting demo’s of any 3rd party renderer before purchasing. Always good to try before you buy.

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