Create a low poly wallpaper in C4D

Popularised by the great New York-based art director and illustrator Justin Maller, the low poly facet-style render is easier that you think in Cinema 4D and Photoshop. If you're new to the softwares, there are plenty of Cinema 4D tutorials and Photoshop tutorials to get you started. But for those of you who are ready to go, here's a simple 12-step guide to creating your very own low-poly facet wallpaper. 

Step 01.

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Simon Middleweek is creative director at Midweek Studios.