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Tree Trunk Material How-To

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Sep 25, 2022 Sep 25, 2022

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Hi. Can anyone help me with creating a tree trunk material like this in Substance 3D Designer? I have been trying but can't even get close. I am looking for a simple PBR material but no good tutorials. Can anyone please give me a hand? Thank you very much.

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Community Expert , Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

Try looking at the sbs attached and see if you can develop that that further.

 

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Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

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'Can anyone help me with creating a tree trunk material like this in Substance 3D Designer?'

It looks like you may have intended adding an image. Can you add an exemple (join online and use the image icon at the top of the posting box)

 

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Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

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trunk-1365263.jpg

 

Here is an example.\ I thought it would be interesting to create a pattern like this in SD. Obviously, I couldn't figure it out. I am not very good at Substance designer so some help and even a sample .sbs file would be very helpful. Thanks. 

 

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Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

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Try looking at the sbs attached and see if you can develop that that further.

 

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Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

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Thank you! This is helpful. Can you recommend any beginner tutorials on material creation in Substance Designer that actually explain what the nodes do? 

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Sep 26, 2022 Sep 26, 2022

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Hi

There are two sources I would look at.

 

First the nodes reference under Substance Graphs in the Substance Designer documentaion

https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/sddoc/nodes-reference-for-substance-model-graphs-2152863...

 

For tutorials see here (you can filter to Substance Designer, and to experience level, at the left side of the page):

https://substance3d.adobe.com/tutorials

 

Dave

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I already did those tutorials. They were confusing and not very specific. The only videos I found helpful were the Substance Designer Quicktips. I hope there are more of those in the works. Any other beginner-friendly sources? Thank you and I appreciate the sample SBS file and help with my question. 

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