Webinar: Iceland Cliff Material in Substance with Daniel Thiger
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Webinar: Iceland Cliff Material in Substance with Daniel Thiger
21 January, 2018

Daniel Thiger has recently become the first artist to release Signature Series for Substance Source. The artist has created a number of wonderful materials that cover 3 different biomes.

You can learn more about the initiative here.

You can now learn how the artist created one of the materials, Iceland grassy cliff, with a new webinar. Join Daniel and Wes McDermott to get tips and tricks on the creation of high-quality materials, and start building your own substances. 


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