SCATTr: Procedural Texturing for Blender
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SCATTr: Procedural Texturing for Blender
28 November, 2018

Simon Thommes has presented a useful new procedural texturing tool for Blender 2.8 called SCATTr.

The tool can randomly scatter textures on a surface which is actually similar to some of the features found in Substance Designer. The plugin is free but you can donate if you want to support the developer. Find out more in the tutorials on YouTube or get the tool from Gumroad

Again, please note that it is free. ” It is free and free to use… By paying, you help me to create more,” pointed out the artist. 

Learn more by checking out some tutorials on YouTube or grab the tool on Gumroad.

Source: Gumroad

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