Tag archive for Octane

Feature at CGMeetUp

Feature at CGMeetUp

The CGMeetUp team featured my Cinema 4D, Octane, After Effects projection mapping and the behind the scenes video here: www.cgmeetup.net/home/projection-mapping-using-cinema-4d-and-octane/ Follow them here: www.facebook.com/CGMeetup twitter.com/cgmeetup plus.google.com/+CGMeetup See more from them here: www.youtube.com/user/CGMeetUp www.dailymotion.com/user/CGMeetup/ Thanks to Alex Smith from the CGMeetUp team for contacting me.

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Automotive animation test

This time I wanted to focus more on the workflow in general. But I was also able to dive deeper into Octane materials, motionblur and render optimizations, as well as preparations for a better post production workflow and x-particles. I still prefer to work with…

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Bring Your Own Beamer – BYOB Köln 2015

Bring Your Own Beamer – BYOB Köln 2015

My automotive projectionmapping will be part of the international art exhibition series Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) which is going to open on the 6th of May in the bunker101 in Cologne. The concept: Videoartist project their installations, videos, images and visual loops onto the…

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Projection mapping test using Cinema 4D and Octane

Learning new software and workflows has always been the most interesting part of my job to me. So in order to get to know Octane (an unbiased GPU renderer) and projection mapping better I bought a RC model of an audi, painted it white and…

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  • Changing colors with the explosion FX object

    Changing colors with the explosion FX object

  • from inside the garage to the outside at dawn

    from inside the garage to the outside at dawn

  • Nighttime with skylight and street lamps

    Nighttime with skylight and street lamps

  • Daytime using Cinema 4D´s Daylight system with Octane Tag

    Daytime using Cinema 4D´s Daylight system with Octane Tag

  • A cave with self illuminated pillars

    A cave with self illuminated pillars

  • Using Thinking particles and colision detection for a windtunnel like visualisation

    Using Thinking particles and colision detection for a windtunnel like visualisation

  • Scene lit by mograph self illuminated spheres

    Scene lit by mograph self illuminated spheres

  • Scene lit by texture emission and skylight

    Scene lit by texture emission and skylight

Octane render for Cinema 4D (Work in progress)

Although I bought the Octane plugin from otoy right after its first official release for Cinema 4D in the end of March 2013 I have not been able to work with it until now. Since February 2014 I have been testing it out and here…

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