Rooftiles with tons of options for wear and tear. SBS+SBSAR are in the .zip file.

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over 1 year ago

Awesome!


over 1 year ago

Nice work !
Thanks for share.


over 1 year ago

Brilliant stuff. Great for learning purposes. Everything I wish Substance Source actually was!


over 1 year ago

Thanks for share.


over 1 year ago

Thanks guys! Thats awesome to hear :D


over 1 year ago

very nice!


over 1 year ago

Great Substance Share! Thanks a lot.


over 1 year ago

Kay, how did you get such high quality renders? Did you use V-Ray or was it just Marmoset? Some info on your render image size and render settings would be greatly appreciated. Also I could not get the tiles to "stick out" as prominently as yours. Is there a parameter to control this? Thanks again.


over 1 year ago

Hi Frederic66,

I used iRay, which is built in in substance designer. I set the tesselation to 4 and height to 1 if i remember correctly.


over 1 year ago

Kay, I am trying out the iRay renderer. Tessellation option is not available in my iRay renderer but is available when I switch to OpenGL. I don't have a graphics card though. Could this be the reason? Also I found the tuning knob for the tesselation factor ( it is in the Materials menu.) But where is the knob for the height? Is this the same as the "Scale" setting in the Material Height menu?


over 1 year ago

Kay, thanks for your response. Another noon qn ( I am just delving into Substance). I notice that all your output maps are 256 by 256. How do I produce 2k maps from your graph? Ultimately I plan to use the output maps ( AO, Height, Diffuse and Normal) in UE4.


over 1 year ago

Kay, never mind. I found the answer.


over 1 year ago

boy you're damn brillant, what a work .........thank you, thank you much


over 1 year ago

yeha!


about 1 year ago

Noice!


about 1 year ago

Fantastic material. Thanks Kay!


10 months ago

wow, amazing !


8 months ago

Wow. Thanks for sharing!


6 months ago

ohh nice


5 months ago

brilliant Käy - thanks for sharing!


3 months ago

really nice work