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Flair is a real-time stylized rendering engine for Autodesk Maya which consists of three core elements
The styles stylize images using shader pipelines.
The materials render the 3D shading information and AOVs of objects.
The art-direction tools control the different effects available for each style.
The combination of these core elements make Flair a unique framework to produce stylized art-directed 3D graphics. This is complemented by the real-time performance making creative choices immediate, allowing you to iterate faster towards your final vision.
Each core element is thoroughly documented here, together with the setup and activation of Flair, the rendering tools and other miscellaneous functions found in the Flair toolbox.
Finally, while Flair is production-proven and continuously improved, we have made sure to also document its limitations compared to other offline (non-realtime) renderers.
This documentation is structured to be read from top to bottom.
If you haven’t installed Flair yet, we recommend starting with the Flair setup.
Otherwise, you can continue to Getting Started to start learning how to use Flair.
Apart from the search bar at the top, we’ve made the effort to provide some useful features on each page to make browsing and learning easier:
- Table of Contents at the top to jump to different sections of the page.
- Hyperlink Headings (to the left when hovering over a title) to easily share exact links to them.
- FAQ sections at the bottom with the most asked questions about the topics covered in each page.
If something is missing in this documentation, feel free to reach out to us via email or Discord.