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Can't change Material colors

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Feb 24, 2022 Feb 24, 2022

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I'm struggling to figure out a way to change the color of materials like glass, water, beer and hard plastic. IS there a work around to be able to change the color of these materials? Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

The Adobe Standard Material is fairly advanced so it has a lot of different color fields depending on what you're trying to do.  For the materials you listed above, they are all translucent materials and most likely you'll want to play with absorption color and absorption distance to get the changes you're looking for.  It could also use scattering like hard plastic.  

 

Here's a link to detailed Adobe Standard Material (ASM) specifications:

https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/s3d/files/225969597/225969613/1/1647027222890/Adobe+Standard+Material+-+Specification.pdf

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Feb 25, 2022 Feb 25, 2022

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Please review Adobe Standard Material | Substance 3D Sampler

You can change Emission color and Emission intensity in material property panel.

Emission intensity

The intensity of light emitted from the surface.

Emission color

The color of emitted light.

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The Adobe Standard Material is fairly advanced so it has a lot of different color fields depending on what you're trying to do.  For the materials you listed above, they are all translucent materials and most likely you'll want to play with absorption color and absorption distance to get the changes you're looking for.  It could also use scattering like hard plastic.  

 

Here's a link to detailed Adobe Standard Material (ASM) specifications:

https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/s3d/files/225969597/225969613/1/1647027222890/Adobe+Stan...

 

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