Creating a Modular Sci-Fi Environment
Creating a Modular Sci-Fi Environment : In this 6-part series , Javier Perez will guide students on the philosophies and approaches of creating a modular sci-fi hallway environment inside of Substance Designer. Javier will begin by demonstrating the steps to create the height information for each of the 5 pieces that make up the environment. He will then dive into techniques and workflows to efficiently take the height information and create the remaining texture maps that will be combined into final materials for endless procedural possibilities. Ultimately, the goal is for students to learn how to create an awesome environment piece by the end of the series!
- PART 1
Creating a Sci-Fi Floor in Substance Designer
In this course, Javier Perez demonstrates how to create a sci-fi metal floor in Substance Designer while walking you through his techniques, thought processes, and general understanding of how the material was made.
- PART 2
Creating a Sci-Fi Floor in Substance Designer II
In this lesson, Javier Perez takes the floor material from his previous course
- PART 3
Creating a Sci-Fi Ceiling in Substance Designer
In this course, Javier Perez shows how to create a sci-fi ceiling in Substance Designer while walking through his techniques and thought processes for how the material was made.
- PART 4
Creating a Sci-Fi Wall in Substance Designer
In this course, Javier Perez shows how to create a Sci-Fi Wall in Substance Designer and walks you through the thought processes of how the material are made.
- PART 5
Creating a Sci-Fi Wall in Substance Designer II
Using the wall material from the previous course, Javier Perez covers techniques and thought processes that can be applied to quickly create different variations.
- PART 6
Creating a Sci-Fi Hallway in Unreal Engine 4
In the final course of the series, Javier demonstrates how he uses all of his previous materials to create the final environment in Unreal Engine 4.
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