Video Tutorial: Dynamic Procedural Wall in SD
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Video Tutorial: Dynamic Procedural Wall in SD
13 March, 2017
Sergey Gricay has shared a video tutorial focused on the creation of dynamic, fully procedural, brick-wall material in Substance Designer. You can buy it on Gumroad for $30. 

The video tutorial includes Russian and English subtitles.

Get the tutorial

You can also get the presented scene (.sbs) separately, but there is basically no need for that, because you will be able to create the exact same thing with help of the tutorial. 

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Source: Gumroad

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