In this video, we talk about how to use the color ramp node to create gradient materials, maps with varying levels of roughness, wave textures, voronoi textures, and more!

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0:00 – Introduction
0:12 – What does the color ramp node do?
0:57 – Adding a color ramp node to your shader setup
2:19 – Adding different colors to the color ramp node
3:43 – Using a noise texture node to show multiple colors
4:54 – Using a texture coordinate node to adjust the color placement
5:41 – Using a color ramp node to drive roughness in a material
6:45 – Gradient Texturing based on a height (or a Z value)
8:44 – Adding multiple colors to your gradient
9:19 – Adjusting the color transition style in your gradient
10:35 – Using a color ramp node to intensify colors in a model
12:05 – Creating a wave texture
12:54 – Creating a voronoi texture
13:30 – Other Blender material tutorials


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