Tutorial: Setting Up Glass Shaders in UE4
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Tutorial: Setting Up Glass Shaders in UE4
17 July, 2018
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Timothy Dries has recently shared a guide to setting up realistic glass shaders inside Unreal. The tutorial will also tell you about performance, types of reflections, translucent shadow casting, and more.

This tutorial was made to take you through setting up your own glass shaders in Unreal Engine 4 as well as discussing performance, types of reflections and translucent shadow casting.

The PDF version can be found here.

Timothy Dries 

Let’s get started:

The tutorial was originally published on ArtStation

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