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A Fully-Procedural 3D Material Based On The Colosseum

The entire building consists of a single texture, with no modeling involved.

Pablo Blanes, a talented 3D Material Artist and Texture Artist at Ubisoft Montreal, continues experimenting with procedural materials, unveiling a new impressive setup achieved with Adobe's material authoring software Substance 3D Designer.

This time, the creator presented a fully procedural material based on the Colosseum, a giant amphitheater located in Rome, Italy, with the goal behind the project being to learn more about Substance 3D Designer's procedural capabilities. The author also notes that the entire building consists of a single texture using only Opacity and Displacement Maps, with no modeling involved. Additionally, the creator leveraged Marmoset Toolbag to render the material.

Here are some behind-the-scenes shots shared by Pablo:

And here are some of the artist's earlier works:

If you would like to learn more about Pablo and his projects, we recommend checking out our 2022 interview with the artist, who shared an extensive breakdown of the 3 Set PBR Wood Bark project, detailing his workflow in Substance 3D Designer and sharing some tips and tricks on creating procedural materials.

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