Pills Material in Substance Designer
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by jhon perker
47 min ago

The new features facial expression is very unique and the first launch in apple. I have used this expression, and I love to use this. this is very funny and look like the original. but sometimes it refuses to express then i prefer to go Apple Support Australia.

by Matthew
3 hours ago

You may want to credit Critical Role and Sam Riegel for the character creation.

by Admin
7 hours ago

hahaha, oh sorry, man we'll fix. is there a way we can actually contact him???

Pills Material in Substance Designer
29 May, 2018

Looking for more crazy substances? Check out awesome pills by James Ritossa. The artist used Substance Designer to generate an awesome surface made of capsules. Why? Well, because it’s awesome! 

Some Substance Abuse. 115.5% Substance.

Want to recreate the material? There’s no reason not to try because James decided to share a step-by-step guide to doing just that:

This tutorial is a detailed walkthrough of the approach to creating a pill material within Substance Designer 2018.  We will focus on layering objects while preventing clipping and exploring masking techniques for layering objects.  We will also go over the process for creating height, color, AO, normal, roughness and opacity maps for this material.  Please note this is not a tutorial created in real time, we will be looking at a previously made graph and how it was constructed.

Streaming video – 45min of fully narrated video by yours truly.

SBS file may be purchased by selecting “Pill Tutorial + SBS” option above.

It is recommended that you have an intermediate to advanced understanding of Substance Designer and are comfortable with tile samples.  

Get the tutorial for $20 

You can get more details on the project here

Source: ArtStation

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