Many situations in Blender need the use of a glass shader. Glass can bring a lot of realism to our settings, and getting the appropriate glass shader can be crucial to lighting them convincingly. To know in detail, let’s explore the way in this article.
To utilize the CGC Eevee Glass Shader, click the cloud download icon above to get the.blend file. Then, go to File / Append, navigate to the CGC Eevee-glass.blend file, choose ‘NodeTree’, and then ‘CGC Eevee Glass’ to append the shader to your scene.
- Go to Add / Group / CGC Eevee Glass in the Shader Editor to add the node.
- Make sure the material’s Blend Mode and Shadow Mode are both set to Alpha Hashed.
- Backface Culling should be turned off, and the Refraction Depth should be set to 0.
- Under Screen Space Reflections, enable Refraction in both the material settings and the render properties.
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