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Free Guide to Modeling Tires
14 January, 2019
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Mathew O has recently shared a cool little guide to modeling tires with the help of a bevel shader. Let’s study his tips.

“In this tutorial, I share my workflow for modeling tires and using a bevel shader to avoid lots of high poly modeling time and improve iteration.”

You can get the full-resolution image for free on Gumroad.

It is worth noting that this can be used in any tool that supports bevel shaders. Make sure to discuss the tips in the comments below.

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We used a similar workflow when we worked on the Toyo Tires app a few years back. One of the biggest pain points was decimating from the provided high polycount STL file to something more manageable for consumption on mobile devices. We ended up using rhino as most other software we tried would choke and crash with the provided file. We would then do the texturing and highlights for specific features inside substance designer and bring them Unity.