Introduction to Anisotropic Shading in Blender

BlenderGuru Andrew Price takes an introductory look at getting to know the new Anisotropic Shader recently added to Blender version 2.65 not only showing how to use the shader, but also breaking down what Anisotropy is with a brief discussion and some examples.If you’ve heard the term “Anisotropic” thrown around the blender community recently, it’s because the last release (2.65) included a new shader called AnisotropyAndrew also provides a few tips as to when to use Anisotropy, and shows how it was used to create a fantastic realistic image with kitchenware that uses Blender’s new anisotropic shader. Check out the tutorial for the Introduction to Using Anisotropic Shaders in Blender here.