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A Collection of Free PBR Materials
31 May, 2017
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FreePBR.com is a site full of quality texture maps which are all about PBR workflow. The creators of the project are willing to support indie game developers with free content.

Here are some examples of the textures rendered in Arnold from this blog:

The textures map sets are free to use in your games with no cost involved. Even if you make money off your video game, it’s all free. The only restriction here is that you may not redistribute these PBR file sets on other sites, file sharing sites, email, and so on.

What you get is a zip file with a normal map, albedo map, roughness map, metallic map, ambient occlusion map, and height map. These files are said to be set at 2048×2048 pixels in PNG format. The developers also used the PBR UE4 workflow which uses a roughness/metallic workflow. And, of course, you can use these sets in Unity and CryEngine.

Check out the sets

via Arnold Rendering Blog

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Links are working now. Great resource! Hope to see more.

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Would be cool, however, most of the links on that website are now broken so you can’t see or download anything.

Would like to hear more about this once it is fixed.