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Vertex Materials with water


Hi y'all, I'm in need of your knowledge once again. I made a material so i can vertex paint on meshes and now i need to add water so that is seems like it rained. ow can i do that without heavily modifying the material i already have?

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asked Jun 14 '17 at 09:25 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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Hello! No. Create separate water materilal with world position offset and assign to tesselated plane.

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answered Jun 15 '17 at 06:14 AM

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3Mat Not water, but it is Very possible.

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