In this video, we check out Fluent Materializer – a Blender Add-On that makes adding of things like scratches, grunge, dents and more to your materials inside of Blender!


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Flip Fluids –
Car and Transportation Rigged Vehicle Library –
City Pack Cars Rigged Car Library –
Curve Array Pro –
Botaniqu Tree and Grass Library –
Open Street Map –
Curve Basher –
Node Preview –
Tree Vegetation Library Add On –
Decal Machine –
Human Generator –
Fluent Stressless Modeling Tool –
Fluent Materializer Material Creation Tool –
Materialiq – Materials Library –
Traffiq Vehicle Library –

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0:00 – Introduction
0:23 – Fluent Materializer Download Location (Affiliate Link)
0:54 – Fluent Materializer Starter Course
1:13 – Enabling Fluent Materializer
1:40 – Setting Up your workspace for Fluent Materializer
2:25 – How to use the Fluent Materializer Menus
3:12 – Adding Masks and Maps to your materials
5:19 – Adding a color in Fluent Materializer
5:54 – Adding imperfections to an object in Fluent Materializer
6:55 – Stacking effects in Fluent Materializer
8:19 – Adding edge wear with a Mix Layers Node
8:45 – Adding an edge mask in Fluent Materializer
9:37 – Using imperfections to make edge wear look more realistic
10:30 – Adjusting the strength of the edge mask effect in Blender
11:15 – Where to get Fluent Materializer


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