Learn how to add a decal with the projection tool.
- [Narrator] In this video, we're going to talk about…being able to project a full material…using the Projection tool.…Up here at the top of the tool bar you'll see that…we have this Projection tool.…So, if I just enable this, here you see that…looks like the view port just kind of have this…ghosted kind of view.…What's happening now, if I just hit the S-key…you'll notice that really what I have here…is just the Stencil tool that we've already…covered in previous lessons.…However, the difference between this Projection tool…and the Stencil tool is that the Projection tool…is going to let me work with a full material.…So, again that's projecting a full material.…
All these different channels across are projecting it…onto the asset itself.…So, here are my layers stack.…I'm just going to create a new standard layer.…And I want to make sure that I create this below…this dirt details that I've been working with.…And we'll just call this decal.…And so now we'll just enable that Projection tool.…Like I said here with the Projection tool…
- Creating a project
- Getting to know the views
- Working with layers and materials
- Working with the brush tool set
- Texturing a weapon asset
- Exploring textures
- Rendering in Iray
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting around Substance Painter
2. Baking Textures
3. Working with Layers and Materials
4. Understanding the Brush Toolset
5. Texturing a Weapon Asset
6. Exporting Textures
Exporting textures10m 13s
7. Rendering in Iray
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