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Building Exteriors in Cinema 4D - Part 2

By Dominik Dammelhart
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In this tutorial we're going to look at building an exterior in Cinema 4D. I will cover how to set up and light the scene, shaders in V-Ray and how to enhance the rendering to make it look more realistic.

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EMTEE on Tue, 25 February 2014 4:18pm
To apply a material to several object you select the objects , right klick on the material and hit "apply". thanks for the good tutorial!
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