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Lighting Magic with Cinema 4D and Octane


Janine Pauke

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Well you’ve asked for it and I could hardly say no. ;) Here’s my new video tutorial about lighting with Octane. Compatible with R20 and Octane 4 even though it was made with R19 and Octane 3. As promised, reasonably priced at 29 dollars (plus VAT depending on where you live).

 

You’ll get a one hour long narrated (by me of course!) video showing you how to render this light bulb in various different lighting situations. The techniques and the resulting environments can easily be used for your own projects.

 

Here’s the link to the product page for more information and download: https://gum.co/lightingmagic

 

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