Learn about filtering shelf content.
- [Instructor] In this video,…we're going to talk about the "shelf."…We're going to talk about how we can filter content…in the shelf as well as import assets here…into our Substance Painter project.…So here in this section of the UI, we see the shelf,…and it's divided into these two sections:…here on the left we see this browser view…and then here on the right we see this content view.…Now, this browser view you can notice that right now…it's broken into these separate categories…and with "all" selected, here in the content view,…that means we're viewing all of the content…within our Substance Painter shelf.…
Now, the Substance Painter shelf contains assets…that you'll use throughout the texturing process.…For example, it contains things like alphas…or procedural textures or materials or brushes.…And so, you're going to use the shelf…to select different things, like, well,…different brush types,…or maybe a different material preset,…and you're going to use those here within your Painter project.…So it becomes very important in understanding…
- 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
Creating Painted Metal in Substance Designerwith Joel Bradley1h 5m Intermediate
Substance Painter: Petrol Pump Game Assetwith Joel Bradley1h 32m Intermediate
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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