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Neeo Hoa asked ·

Is there a node in Maya or arnold can make uv look randomly?

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09c261e4-a3ba-4187-8c05-5cbc27d44c60.jpegGuys, this feature very useful in large terrain!Now the mainstream renderers have these functions, such as vray.

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Mads Drøschler answered ·

We can write these things in OSL.
It actually started with some sketches and examples I did 1½ year back on the max forum, then Vlado made that one for Vray after some time.

I think I have 3 or 4 variants going, and then we got other solutions as well.

So to cut it short, yes it is totally possible to take a small texture and make it scatter infinitly to create variance, I just cant give the shader to you right now.

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Stephen Blair answered ·

You could use the uv_transform node to introduce some variance

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