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Free Tool: PBR Node Pack

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BlenderBrit writes:

I've been spending a lot of time with materials lately, after spending a lot of time watching CynicatPro's tutorial as well as seeing BlenderGuru's PBR introduction I decided to put together some reusable node groups for future projects. So I thought I'd share them with you guys as well, because I'm just that kinda guy.

Hope you enjoy!

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I founded BlenderBrit.co.uk in 2015 and have been providing free tutorials, resources and tools to the Blender community since then. All delivered with typically British self-depreciating humour and sarcasm :D

5 Comments

  1. Thanks BlenderBrit, will enjoy looking closer to learn more. And thanks for your last tutorial, I enjoyed it. Reminded me of favorite college years and lectures. Informative minute by minute. Best thing is you can pause to take notes or take a break. You did give full explanation to each of the nodes you presented and that was a daunting task in a tutorial.

    Sometimes on long tutorials, I will keep a notepad doc with the link and the time on the time bar if I have to leave and come back later.

    always thanks you to, very good tutorials and information.
    ron

    • It's not more advanced and probably not as physically accurate but it offers a lot of freedom for all sorts of materials, I use them myself and find the workflow very nice. Would love to hear your opinions on them after trying them out.

  2. Thank you, not just for the shaders. I can't believe I didn't know about Ctrl T to add the mapping nodes. I could have saved seconds on almost every material, which amounts to a lot of time.

    I arrived here in search of a PBR glass shader. Still can't get it looking right. I have a real life whiskey glass (sans whiskey at the moment, give me a minute to re-fill).......OK. And looking at how light behaves with it, at the edges it's brighter, even in a darkened room.

    Unfortunately, every single glass I've tried (including my own) get darker at the edges :(

    Nevermine, the dialectric and metallic are slightly more advances than mine, and likely to replace. I haven't tried the fabric yet, but I have a scene where I might :)

    Nice job, for a southerner ;)

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