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    Detailed Curvatures node

    Hi,

    I added several outputs to the Curvatures node in DP Kit,
    beside the previous default "Mean" curvatures:
    the "Gaussian" curvatures, the principal "Min" and "Max" curvatures
    (which are the base component of Mean and Gaussian)
    a "Mix" of Mean and Gaussian,
    a panel option for calculating the derivative of curvatures
    needed for the "Magnitude" output.

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    (in these examples, Scale is set to 1.0, Mix and Magnitude are inversed)

    Available in the Windows versions of DP Kit 11 and DP Kit 2018,
    'since the previous output has been renamed from "Scalar" to "Mean",
    older node setup may need a re-connection).

    Denis.

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    awesome. thanks Denis

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    Brilliant Denis, any chance we can get an update for Verdure to work with 2019
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMarchant View Post
    ...any chance we can get an update for Verdure to work with 2019
    DP Verdure works with 2018-2019 here,
    I didn't receive report about issue in 2019.

    Denis.

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    Hi Denis, ok i will check again. Thanks for that.
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    Very nice Denis, the mean version looks very cool and can be used for driving some cool effects!

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    Nice to hear that verdure works with 2018-2019. Definitely having some fun with the new nodes (gaber, simplex, and now this one... )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryslin View Post
    Definitely having some fun with the new nodes (and now this one... )
    Just be careful with its application to some models. It can kill your PC if used on hi-poly models. Otherwise it's great! We didn't have any of these types of shaders forever and now we've got 3 great ones - Anything Goos, Patina and now this!
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