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Speeding Substance Designer Workflow
4 September, 2018
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Substance wizard Daniel Thiger shared some awesome tips, which can help you use utility nodes to solve repetitive tasks.

Daniel Thiger is one of the few people that possess the finesse, diligence, talent and artistic eye to push Substance Designer forward with every new material. He also pushes out substances quite often. In the recent Artstation post he shared some tips on how to build materials just as quickly.

Daniel decided to put together 80 curves that he has used in past and current projects. These have been a huge time saver, allowing the artist to be much more creative. You can download the curves over at Gumroad!

The Curve Collection node is divided into 4 categories, based on different types of architectural details from around the world. A large collection of reference photos were utilized to create accurate designs based on real-life examples.

The Ancient category is inspired by old temples and ruins. The Classical category is inspired by Greek and Roman temples, as well as classical architecture. The Modern category features more angular shapes common in today’s architecture. Finally, the Basic category is a set of simple curves that can be utilized to create hardware, buttons, etc. 

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