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Substance Painter – Hand Painted Texturing by Tautvydas Kazlauskas


Release date:2023

Duration:03 h 37 m

Author:Tautvydas Kazlauskas

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

Welcome to an exciting journey where we’ll delve into stylized hand-painted texturing. Throughout this course, I’ll be your guide, sharing my techniques for crafting beautiful textures in Substance Painter. We’ll embark on a two-part adventure, exploring the basics while texturing a pork cube and uncovering more secrets behind creating a mesmerizing dagger. Each part offers its unique challenges, catering to various skill levels.

While prior familiarity with Substance Painter is advantageous, don’t worry if you’re still finding your footing. I’ll ensure we cover the essentials to get you up to speed.

Our primary focus throughout this course is the art of hand-painting textures in Substance Painter and understanding the broader texturing process. With a total runtime exceeding 3 hours and 30 minutes, you’ll have ample time to absorb the knowledge and master the techniques presented.

In our creative toolkit, we’ll employ versatile software like Blender and Photoshop for different project components. However, you can use your preferred 3D and 2D software for similar tasks, except for one aspect where we’ll craft a stylized shader in Blender for a 3D presentation.

If you’re eager to tackle stylized hand-painted textures in Substance Painter and elevate your digital artistry, look no further—this course is tailored just for you! Get ready to paint your way to textured excellence.

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