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Felix Clément asked ·

Flat shader and diffuse

Hi,
Here's my problem, i want a 2d style fur. My albedo is good :

But with my diffuse, the beauty give me this :

and i want that type of render:

I try to take off the receive shadows, the self shadows, the spec, all the attributes in the shader and in the mesh but it's not ok and i don't know if it's possible to have a diffuse pass that give me this type of render.

Thanks in advance !

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Carlos Dordelly answered ·

Hi! Did you try put the color texture in to the emission channel? And set the amount to 0.5 or something like that?

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Felix Clément answered ·

Yes i tried but i have a similar result.

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