Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Substance Designer for Architectural Visualization.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files for this course you can download them to your desktop. In the exercise files each chapter has its own set of exercise files. Each chapter will begin with a blank substance file. We'll start by creating an actual new substance package, and substance graph. I've included start files for each of the chapter movies. And these are self-contained substance designer files. I've also included a test Unity project in each chapter. And this is for testing that final substance.
In this test project, you'll see a standard Unity file structure consisting of assets, library and projects settings folders and also C Sharp and visual studio files that are control files for the Unity project. If you don't have access to the exercise files that's okay! I encourage you to still follow along as we go through the course. Now let's get started!
- 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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