Procedural Pbr Plastic Shader

by alberrvfx in Surfacing


Procedural PBR Plastic Shader 

*THIS SHADER IS ALL READY INCLUDED WITH LEGOLIZER FULL AND MID VERSION*

Shading is a very important aspect when it comes to 3D art. No matter how good your model looks on 3D Viewport. Unless accompanied by the appropriate material, it will lose a lot of potential. That is the reason why Legolizer, apart from a good-looking geometry, also cares about shading and includes its own shader.


Procedural PBR Plastic Shader, a customizable material that will make your LEGO brick renders standout. As its name suggest (PBR, Physically Based Render), this material aims especially for realism. You will take a leap in quality using the Procedrual PBR Plastic Shader rather than the Blender´s default Principled BSDF with a low roughness. A picture is worth a thousand words so have yourself a look at the difference.


The shader comes up with an option to enable procedural Photorealistic features (Dents, Scratches, Fingerprints) in order to achieve even more realism in your renders.


Some of Legolizer bricks textured with the Procedural PBR Plastic Shader

In addition, you will be able to add metallic and transparent bricks to your models. Use the Random mask per brick, included with the shader, tcombine standard, metallic and transparent bricks.


Original model by Anastasiaremezova https://skfb.ly/6YxYO 

Observe how on the top of the cupcake there is a mix between the standard and some transparent bricks.

100% PROCEDURAL & CUSTOMIZABLE

Being a procedural shader, it provides the user the ability to change scale, seed, intensity, amount... among many other parameters. Combinations are endless. 


You might be feeling a bit overwhelmed because of the amount of features. Do not worry, most of them are there to provide the user complete control over the shader, but you will not really need to make any big changes in the shader unless you want to.

OTHER USES 

Besides texturing bricks, the Procedural PBR Plastic Shader also performs perfectly in other kind surfaces. So take advantage of the shader. Apply it to different models, not only bricked-up ones, and enjoy the plastic material.

Hard-Surface model textured with Procedural PBR Plastic Shader


HOW TO START USING IT

Adding this shader to your Blender file is super easy. You only need to go to FILE->APPEND, search the material file on your DOWNLOADS folder, click on it, then click on the MATERIAL folder, select the Procedural PBR Plastic Shader.

Just in case, here´s a mini-tutorial on how to do it.

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Published 7 months ago
Blender Version 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6
Render Engine Used Cycles, Eevee
License Royalty Free
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