Rendering: From Painter to Redshift & Arnold
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Rendering: From Painter to Redshift & Arnold
27 August, 2018

Christophe Desse has uploaded a new tutorial showing techniques that will help you render a model from Substance Painter in Redshift or Arnold. Take some time to watch this 20-minute guide and go render something yourself! 

The 2nd of a series of videos sponsored by AMD. I am showing you my workflows to render my Painter project in Redshift or Arnold, manually at first and then using the Painter live link from Xolotl studio.

The defector miniature model is courtesy of PaoloParent, the creator of Dust 1947.

Christophe Desse 

Make sure to discuss the guide in the comments below. 

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