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glowing texture effect like a TV monitor

Community Beginner ,
Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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Hi 🙂 

 

I have a question about Substance Stager.

Is it possible to create a glowing texture effect like a TV monitor using only Stager?

Thank you in advance.

 

Substance Stager is a really great software.

 

Thankyou

BR

 

Toku

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Community Expert , Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

With the object selected, look in the Properties panel and choose Material from the available selections (Transform, Object, Material), Scroll down until you find the section called "Emission" and drag the slider all the way to the right. You will see the object "glow" and can adjust the level of brightness you need using the slider or even by typing the value directly into the "Emission intensity" field.

To help explore the different options in the Material section, use the Help link. There is a

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Community Expert , Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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I'm glad I was able to help. Most of us didn't start out as 3D people, we're designers who fell into 3D, so we have all been through the same learning process. (I won't tell you how long it took me to find out about that Emissions setting!)

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Community Expert , Jul 05, 2023 Jul 05, 2023

It's worth adding that if you render toa 32-bit Photoshop file then it becomes much easier to create a realistic glow.

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With the object selected, look in the Properties panel and choose Material from the available selections (Transform, Object, Material), Scroll down until you find the section called "Emission" and drag the slider all the way to the right. You will see the object "glow" and can adjust the level of brightness you need using the slider or even by typing the value directly into the "Emission intensity" field.

To help explore the different options in the Material section, use the Help link. There is a lot to explore, so have fun!

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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Hi, Alan-san.

 

Thanks for your reply.

I have tried radiation many times,
I have tried many times, but the image turns white and no matter how I try
I could not make it glow.

 

But thanks to Alan-san
I carefully checked the emission properties again,
I noticed the tabs! (I'm too insensitive.) ( Embarrassing )

 

By setting the image in the same way as the background property
I was able to make it glow!

 

Thank you for teaching me so kindly.

 

Toku

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どういたしまして

I'm glad I was able to help. Most of us didn't start out as 3D people, we're designers who fell into 3D, so we have all been through the same learning process. (I won't tell you how long it took me to find out about that Emissions setting!)

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Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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I sympathize! 🤗

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Jul 05, 2023 Jul 05, 2023

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You can tell the emissions panel what COLOR you want the emission to be! You can also upload an image... such as a .png file of a rainbow gradient...and your surface will glow like a rainbow! It works beautifully. I'd show you, but my examples are proprietary.

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Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

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There are a couple things that might work. If you haven't done so, use an image as a material on the TV screen itself. I suspect he brigher the image the better. Then, under the Emission setting for that material, described in other comments, click the Color box, and instead of a color, chose image.  Select the same image you're using on the TV itself at the same size parameters.  This will immediately brighten up the display. 

 

You might also try adding an Area light from the left Starter menu. Position the light just in front of the TVs display and orient it light so it shines away from the screen. The light works better when it can reflect off object(s) in close proximity.

 

The glow effect may also be something you add in Photoshop. You can render the stage to a Photoshop file and from there add a tranlucent and feathered layer to simulate the glow. 

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Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

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hi, motsbro-san.

 

Very helpful.
It will be very useful as a method of auxiliary effects.:television::sparkles:
Thanks for the advice!

 

Toku

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It's worth adding that if you render toa 32-bit Photoshop file then it becomes much easier to create a realistic glow.

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