Author Topic: Seehr Sketchbook - Materials  (Read 665 times)

Hello guys!
I have been learning and practicing Substance a lot lately. I hope you like some of the results.

Rocky ground:
Full res and graph here:
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/nVVlX



Wow!

The first "flaky"  substance really impresses me.  Great-looking substance, and your rendering shows it off very well.


P.S.
The rocky one is wonderful, too.  But those flakes really jumped out at me.
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Thank you for your response!
Yeah, I think I overdid the flake thing. I wanted a very noisy volcanic look but it's too much. Thanks for the feedback!

That's sort of funny.
Your "overdone" feature was what I liked the best.
So, on one hand, it was incredibly impressive.
But on the other hand, you did not achieve the look you wanted.

I look forward to seeing more from you.
Thanks for sharing.
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Some Roman very old and damaged mosaic floor

High res and more images here:
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/GNnw3



Desert materials!
You can see the graph and full res here:
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/k993d