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|Product Name:||Substance Designer Tutorial & Material Graph - Procedural Painted Bricks|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
Substance Designer is the VFX industry standard for procedural texture creation. The node-based workflow of Substance Designer allows for completely procedural, non-destructive texture generation that gives users unparalleled control and infinite opportunities for quick iteration. With a little practice, virtually any material can be recreated with physically based accuracy.
In this course, you will learn step by step how to create a high-quality tile-able brick material. You’ll learn how to create surface details using random noise generation, as well as how to manipulate noise to create widely applicable textural elements. I’ll cover several of Substance Designer’s most powerful nodes, and will share my workflow for creating tiling patterns, grit, pits, chips, cracks, grunge, grout, paint bubbles and more. I will also show you the simple process of exporting your tile-able material to Albedo (color), Normal, Roughness, Ambient Occlusion, and Height texture maps which can be used in the 3D software of your choice.
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