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Cinema 4D R14 Cookbook - Second Edition by Michael Szabo, Simon Russell

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Using multiple materials on one object

Sometimes you can luck out as a designer, and you only have to apply one material to an object and it looks perfect. But at other times you may end up creating a model that has multiple different colors, textures, and surfaces that can't be universally applied via just one material. In cases like this, we have to be aware of a couple of techniques that can be used to apply different materials to the same object.

Getting ready

Open the Bullseye.c4d file from the C4D Content Pack for this project.

How to do it...

  1. Start by checking out the two objects in this scene. We have an Extrude NURBS object creating our Bullseye text, and we have a Disc primitive behind it. We are going to apply red and white colors to both ...

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