Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video Create rock shapes, part of Substance Designer for Architectural Visualization.
- [Instructor] Manufactured stone comes…in nearly infinite varieties and colors,…depending on where in the country it is,…where the manufacturer's from,…and what they choose to offer.…It's used in a wide variety of applications,…ranging from facades to accent walls inside.…We'll take a look at some reference on an ashlar,…a manufactured stone that is dressed…and roughly rectangular.…We'll look at what we need to do in there…and how to make our first rock shape and then tile it.…I'm here on the Eldorado Stone website,…looking at their ashlar.…
This is the Santa Barbara ashlar.…It's a very warm, sandy stone.…We've got some obvious chiseling on the fronts…and the stone itself is dressed…and comes in varying widths and heights.…What we can see here is there's some horizontal coursing…and some breaks in the verticals.…We'll also need to take into account the color variation,…making sure we have the ability to tint this stone.…We'll start by making this rock shape,…this chiseled, fairly rectangular outline and middle.…
- Mosaic and metallic tiles
- Determining tile patterns
- Varying tile roughness
- Exposing parameters for design flexibility
- Testing tiles in a scene
- Crafting subtle metallic properties
- Patterned tile for accents
- Wood tile flooring
- Creating wood grain from noise
- Ashlar veneer
- Molded wall panels
- Woven mesh
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Painted Metal in Substance Designerwith Joel Bradley1h 5m Intermediate
Substance Painter Essential Trainingwith Wes McDermott5h 55m Appropriate for all
1. Mosaic Tile
2. Metallic Tiles
4. Patterned Tile for Accents
5. Wood Tile Flooring
6. Ashlar Veneer
7. Molded Wall Panels
8. Woven Mesh
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