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Octane - Texturing a plastic-cup

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Hey there :D 

 

I started working  on a project using Octane and Cinema 4D. The concept is to model and texture a plastic-cup. Modelling it was successful and I already textured the top part of the cup, but I can't figure out how texturing the body works. It looks like glass, but I want it to be like plastic. Is there anynone, who is familiar with octane and would be open to help me? thanks in advance :)

 

The picture on the left side is my model btw.

 

 

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