Join Joel Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up the package, part of Substance Designer: Product Visualization.
- When asked to add materials…to a product visualization piece,…we may be inclined to dive right in and start creating.…Something that I would recommend doing…when starting any new project though,…is to put aside time to plan the best workflow approach…for the job at hand.…Not only can this help make life less stressful,…but it can also help speed up the entire production process…by eliminating unnecessary and repetitive tasks…that can eat up our time.…
In this particular project, for instance,…I am going to make life easier for myself…by creating and working with just a single substance package…that contains multiple material graphs,…simply because if we used multiple substance packages…then we would even need to add multiple mesh files,…one for each unique material,…or we would need to create a masking cum blending system,…possibly in a completely different application.…Now, whilst we can work that way if desired,…it does mean having multiple files to keep track of,…and if we have to move these multiple files between artists,…
- Building the materials
- Blending the materials
- Adding interactivity
- Adding logos, text, and surface choices
- Setting up the environment
- Rendering the visualization
Skill Level Intermediate
3ds Max: Medical Product Visualization with Arnoldwith Duane Loose1h 23m Intermediate
Maxwell Render for Product Visualizationwith Leon van den Heever54m 26s Intermediate
Unreal: Substance Designer Workflowwith Scott Pagano2h 5m Intermediate
1. Building the Materials
2. Creating Product Interactivity
3. Setting Up the Environment
4. Rendering the Product
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