Blender add-on: Watermark Plus

Blender 3D add-on for quickly and easily adding a watermark to render.

With the “Watermark Plus” add-on, you can quickly and easily add a watermark to your render and customize it for a better look.

The main feature of the Blender 3D “Watermark Plus” add-on is that you can customize the watermark with additional parameters not to interfere with viewing, but at the same time make it difficult to remove from the render.

Add-on functionality

To add the watermark to the finished render, just press a button in the “Watermark Plus” add-on panel.

“Watermark Level 1” – will add a simple and more quickly processed watermark.

“Watermark Level 2” – will add a fully functional watermark, customizable by render intensity levels.

Users can easily set a custom image for the watermark in the “Image” node or set the watermark image in the add-on preferences, which will be used by default.

Demonstration video

Using advanced power of the “Watermark Plus”

With extended parameters in the “Additional Parameters” section of the watermark level 2 node, you can customize the watermark view on different intensity levels of your render.

First set the size, position, and scale of the watermark in the base parameters. Next, configure it with the additional parameters, to get an awesome result.

For a demonstration of using advanced features of the “Watermark Plus” see the next video:


Many thanks to Yuriy Tudgin for node tree setups and the demonstration workflow process.

Current add-on version


Blender versions

2.83, 2.93, 3.0, 3.3, 3.6, 4.0

Location and call

“Compositor” window – N-panel – the “Watermark Plus” tab

  • Download the *.zip archive with the add-on distributive.
  • The “Preferences” window — Add-ons — Install… — specify the downloaded archive.
Version history


  • Updated for compatibility with Blender 4.0


  • Fixed nodes for Level 2 watermark.


  • Added option for showing or not the add-on panel in the 3D Viewport area


  • This release.
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