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Introduction to Anisotropic Shading

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Blender Guru dives into anisotropic shading in this new video tutorial.

Andrew Price writes:

The latest release of Blender came bundled with a new Cycles shader called Anisotropic.

This new shader allows you to create complex materials like brushed metal and vinyl with ease.

In this tutorial I break down exactly what it is and how to use it to create a realistic saucepan.

Enjoy :)

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