In this tutorial, we will see how to create realistic 3D fabric using Octane Render and Cinema 4D! If you are a 3D graphics enthusiast and want to learn how to create realistic textures for your models, New Plastic has created the perfect tutorials for you. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of creating realistic fabric using one of the most powerful rendering engines, Octane Render with its node system, in combination with Cinema 4D.
This new tutorial from New Plastic shows how to create a realistic fabric material, using Octane Render in Cinema 4D. New Plastic shows us in these tutorials how to make a realistic fabric in Octane Render, to create a classic Jersey Knit fabric in C4D.
Regardless of your level in Cinema 4D and Octane Render, this tutorial will be suitable for you, in the tutorial we will learn how to use the combination of specific pattern nodes to achieve realistic-looking effects.
How to create a Procedural Jersey-Knit Fabric in Octane
In this other tutorial, we will see how to make the velvety sheen of procedural velvet fabric with Octane in Cinema 4
The tutorial shows how to create a procedural velvet material using the FallOff node to simulate that velvety sheen look with Octane.
You will learn how to exploit the nodal system to create materials in Octane Render to obtain realistic materials, making your virtual fabric almost indistinguishable from the real one. We will explore various techniques for creating a procedural texture, such as shaping fibers, handling reflection maps, and adjusting materials to achieve the final desired look.
How to create a Procedural velvety sheen Fabric in Octane
Now let’s learn in this tutorial how New Plastic uses the OSL shader to create a realistic fabric with Octane in C4D.
Sometimes creating a knit fabric is as simple as starting with the right foundation, starting to build a realistic woven material from the OSL shader which offers a basic weaving model, quick to do in 5 minutes in Octane in C4D.
How to create a realistic base procedural Weave Fabric in Octane