Cactus Material Breakdown
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Cactus Material Breakdown
13 January, 2017
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Joakim Stigsson has published a video breakdown for the Cactus Material he did in Substance Designer. Thorough guide on creating the material with spines in Designer, setting up the meshes in 3ds Max and rendering the materials and meshes in Marmoset Toolbag.

Make sure to check out artist’s page to ask all the questions.

Joakim Stigsson, Environment Artist – DICE

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