How to Make a Volumetric Abstract Wallpaper

August 9, 2018 comments 115 Reads

Hey Everybody! In this video we will go over the process of creating a volumetric abstract wallpaper completely inside of Blender. The overall effect is pretty simple to achieve. We will be using only one cube, and a few procedural textures to create the desired look. We will then go over creating the colors in the compositor. Finally, we will go over how to remove some of the banding artifacts in Blender’s texture painting mode.
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Chromatic Aberration Node (Tutorial): https://youtu.be/oowaQsxaeD4
Cinematic Node (Tutorial): https://youtu.be/iobc5dke6Hw
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