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SD Guide: Custom Filters for Substance Painter
21 January, 2019
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Brent Le Blanc has shared a new Designer tutorial, and you don’t want to miss it. The new one focuses on setting up custom filters in SD that can be exported to Substance Painter.

“Learn how to make custom filters in Substance Designer that can be exported and used in Substance Painter. In this tutorial I make a custom procedure in Designer that I use to make a bunch of texture variations for a medieval door in Substance Painter,” states the description. Substance Designer is an amazing tool with so many possibilities, but it might be challenging to master, so let’s learn new tricks.

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