A customizable "anodized steel" MDL.
- Color scheme from presets
- Tint it purple or blue, with any mix in between
- Roughness adjustment
As light passes over the surface, the colors shift around.
When adjusting the tint 0 is maximum and 1 is minimum.

Uploaded: over 3 years ago
Updated: over 3 years ago
Version: 1
File Name: Rainbow_finish.zip
Size: 13.1 KB


over 3 years ago

very nice

over 3 years ago

Hey Denni May! It is an MDL, which means that it only works in renderers that support the Nvidia material definition language. That means you can view it in Iray, Mental Ray, or Substance Designer for example. Hope that helps.

over 3 years ago

Palirano, thanks for explanation buddy.

over 3 years ago

Can you help how to use this shader? How it should be applied. Tried different setups, but the output is a flat color.

over 2 years ago

Good work.

over 2 years ago


about 2 years ago

cooooooooool! thanks)

almost 2 years ago

Is there a simple explanation for how to use one of these in Painter? All I can seem to find are tutorials for how to create them that are an hour long. I just want to plug it in and use it.

almost 2 years ago

How can I use it in Adobe Dimension cc ?

about 1 year ago

Thank you so much for this! I was losing my mind trying to figure out how to make anodized steel. You're a lifesaver!

9 months ago

Thanks Palirano for the brief.

8 months ago

Very COOL Material Mate, Thank You!