In this tutorial, we can learn how you can use Atmosphere Volume Shader (previously known as Atmospheric Scattering) to get Volumetric Light in the new release of Arnold for Cinema 4D.
C4D & Arnold TUTORIAL – Moody Scenes using Atmosphere
00:28 – Set up your scene 00:29 – Create an Atmosphere Volume Shader 00:31 – Add the volume to your scene 00:34 – DONE! 00:43 – Step 1: Having a scene with some lights. 00:46 – Step 2: Creating the Atmosphere Volume Shader (again) 00:53 – Step 3: Adding the Volumetric Shader into the Atmosphere Slot in your Render Settings 01:12 – Controlling the look of your atmosphere 01:20 – Adjusting the Density 01:28 – Adjusting Attenuation for more realistic results 01:40 – Turning up Attenuation for darker and moodier scenes 01:50 – And then samples! 01:56 – Controlling volumetric light on individual lights 02:42 – Instantly make any boring old scene 10 times better
Music: Intro & Outro – Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It (Instrumental) by Ice Cube Background – Cello Concerto No. 1 In C Major by Joseph Haydn