In this video, learn how to add transparency to textures in Blender! This can be especially helpful for any materials that come with opacity maps, including things like grass, leaves – basically materials that either have holes or aren’t just simply square.

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0:00 – Introduction
0:22 – Why you might need transparency of textures
2:12 – Setting up a texture with node wrangler
2:49 – Adding an opacity map to your node setup
3:34 – Enabling transparency of materials
5:00 – Using UV mapping to fine-tune material placement
5:50 – More Blender Add-on tutorials


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