Focusing On Material Layering: Creating an Overgrown Riverbed Material in InstaMAT Studio

Discover how to create an overgrown riverbed material with Material Layering in InstaMAT Studio. Material Layering makes it possible to create complex, procedural materials using a creative layer-based approach. In this video, we focus on using Filters which make it possible to dynamically manipulate specific channels of a layer.

By the end of this video, you will understand how to manipulate and customize a layer’s color information using four different methods. You’ll also learn how to create a reusable dynamic flower brush template and combine multiple materials naturally to create more complex materials. The result is a fully procedural riverbed material that can be used in a variety of outdoor environments.

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