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Creating Procedural Bricks with Blender 2.9

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Erin writes:

Finally resuming the procedural tutorial series! This time we're making a stylised brick shader which brings a whole bunch of controls and options for expansion! It's really simple to add patches of repaired brick or use an image to mask out a design. You could take the same idea and just straight up remove bricks and have some damage there.

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Erindale Woodford

I am a professional designer and 3D artist. I trained in Interior Design but my passion is proceduralism! I've been using Blender since 2.49b.

3 Comments

  1. Thanks for this bricks tutorial. Pardon the newbie question, but you have notes like "Less than" and "modulo". Are these stock nodes that you've renamed? I ask since they don't show up when I do a node search. Thx.

    • Hi K,
      Less than will be a Math node (add>converter>Math Node) and modulo will either be a math node or a vector math node. You can tell which one l use from the colour, the math node has a blue header and the vector math node has a purple header. Thanks!

  2. Your tutorials are just awesome!

    I've seen people complaining about them being too fast. I beg you to not listen to them.

    I hope I speak for majority when I say I like how fast and to the point they are.

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