Learn how to combine materials using an ID mask in Substance Designer.
- [Instructor] Now we have all of our materials created…for our object, so it's time to move on…to applying different materials to different parts…of the object that we had segmented out…in our RGB map that we baked out earlier.…So I'm going to open up the resources here,…and let's double-click on ALTAR_01, load that up.…Okay, so we're looking at the copper material on our object.…Awesome, great.…I could grab the stone, for example,…drag it over, awesome.…So we have these different materials,…but we need to blend them.…And we're going to blend them based on this RGB map,…and I'll drag that over into our network here,…and there we go.…
So what we've got here is we've…got the red is going to be the stone,…the green over here and here is going to be gold,…and the blue is going to be the copper.…So we can select the AO and the outputs here…and drag these over a little bit.…And the node we're going to use that takes this color ID input…and allows you to blend materials is a multi-material blend.…So I'll go into my library down here,…
- Creating a substance graph
- Stone, gold, and copper material
- Combining materials using an ID mask
- Exposing parameters and preparing resolution
- Exporting Substance materials
- Building a scene
- Substance with displacement
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Create Substance Graph
2. Substance Export
3. Using Substance in Unreal
4. Substance with Displacement
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