Mixing Substance Painter and Cinema 4D in Your Workflow
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Mixing Substance Painter and Cinema 4D in Your Workflow
20 April, 2018

Ryan Talbot has shared a new video on the way you can use Substance Painter and Cinema 4D in your workflow. The artist discussed Merging from Nurbs to polygons, automatic UV unwrapping with Paint Setup Wizard in C4D, and more.  

Wanna know exactly how I take my models from Cinema4D to Substance Painter, then back to Cinema4D with Octane Render? Well, here ya go. Let me know if you liked it by giving a thumbs up/down, comment, and most importantly share the knowledge!

Topics Covered:

  • Merging from Nurbs to polygons
  • Automatic UV Unwrapping with Paint Setup Wizard in Cinema4D
  • Crash course on building detailed materials in Substance Painter
  • Importing and applying texture maps in Cinema4D with Octane Render

Ryan Talbot 

Make sure to check out the artist’s channel on YouTube for more cool videos. 

Source: YouTube

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