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Substance Source: Edit and Study Graphs
14 February, 2017
News
Allegorithmic is going to make the editable .sbs files of 347 of materials available for download on Substance Source, exclusively through Substance Live. This is a great to way to discover materials created by industry professionals. 

You’ll get a chance to view how Allegorithmic created materials from the Substance Source library. Make adjustments to the graph and the nodes to get different variations. 

The idea behind releasing the .sbs files in Substance Source is that texture designers should not be limited by the presets available within the .sbsar files. The graph’s fully adaptive structure gives you the opportunity to make any changes and transformations you need beyond the original setups. From modification of a few nodes to making new textures from a graph template, you don’t have to create new materials from scratch.

You can find more on the open source initiative here.

 

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