Advanced Substance Painter Course: 3D Weapon Texture Part 2
Have you ever tried to learn texturing with Substance Painter? All for you to end up pulling your hair out your scalp? Because no matter what you do, you just can’t figure it out? Don’t be alarmed. This happens to plenty of students. The problem is, most courses makes things more complicated than it needs to be, except the Advanced Substance Painter Course.
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The course contains:
Little known techniques (to make your hard edges and textures look right) for a more natural, real-life looking weapon.
Hidden secrets and skills shortcutting the workflow to create 3D models fast and easy.
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More about the Instructor:
This course is designed by Animation Hacks which is the visual effect studio with high-quality skill artist work on numerous unannounced projects. In addition, they enjoy sharing their knowledge with those students who learn 3D online.
NOTE FOR STUDENTS – please take a look Section 1 / Lecture 1 to downloads for the source attachment link with the lesson.)