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Welcome to CG Online Tutorials - This is the second part of tutorial series on creating glass bottle using Cinema 4D application. In this part of the tutorial we are going to learn how to setup studio, apply material to the glass bottle object and apply lighting to the scene to get photorealistic rendered image of the scene.
 
 

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Creating Glass Bottle Tutorial In Cinema 4D – Part Two – Applying Materials, Lights, Studio Setup And Rendering Scene  

 
Written by Srinivas  
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
Category Cinema 4D - Material, Light and Rendering  
 
Hello and welcome back, this is the second part of tutorial series on creating glass bottle using Cinema 4D application. In this part of the tutorial we are going to learn how to setup studio, apply material to the glass bottle object and apply lighting to the scene to get photorealistic rendered image of the scene. I have posted the final rendered image of the scene for your reference. So let us go ahead start with this tutorial.
 
Final Result.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step One
Go to ‘Right’ view in the viewport. Select ‘Bezier’ tool from “Create >> Spline >> Bezier” menu as shown below. You can also select ‘Bezier’ tool from top toolbar as shown below.
 
Figure 1.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step Two
Create a sketch a shown below, which would be used as floor and background while rendering the scene.
 
Figure 2.  Click here to view larger image.
 
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