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Procedural Materials in Redshift - MAXON Noise Tutorial

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Hello again,

So here’s my second attempt at a tutorial. I think I made some improvements (Hopefully). This one uses the new MAXON Noise node in Redshift, which is pretty cool. It works great. You can actually make pretty decent procedural materials in Redshift now! This tutorial might be a bit basic for most of you, but I thought this would be a good place for some feedback.

All thoughts and comments are welcome! If you like it please subscribe, I’ll be making much more!



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