Getting to Know Toolbag 3: Refraction
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Getting to Know Toolbag 3: Refraction
17 May, 2017
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Discover the light-bending possibilities of the Marmoset Toolbag‘s refraction shader in the new episode of ‘Getting to Know Toolbag‘. The video guide shows you how to create a variety of different types of glass and gem materials.

The refraction shader, first introduced in v3.02 of Toolbag, is perfect for glass, liquids, and transparent/refractive materials of various sorts.

Take a look at another example of the shader in action in a video by Joe Wilson below:

Source: Marmoset

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