Author Topic: NikolaD - Substance Sketchbook  (Read 10994 times)

Each and every material is just absolutely amazing!!! Big inspiration for me to keep learning!
Last Edit: March 25, 2017, 01:49:26 am

Trying out some new things - I import a simple 3D model in SD then try to make more of a "scene". First two are vanilla renders from SD, third one has some post-processing.






Some more:


Great stuff these light tests!

Hey, these are really awesome! Very nice heightmaps all around.

I'm curious on how you got the initial frame of that breakdown. It looks like a scattering of randomly rotated 3D cubes. Did you do this inside SD?

Thanks ;)

Fairly simple, it's a combination of techniques I've read about, like this:


Your substances are really amazing....could you elaborate a bit on how you got these results or point me to the articles you mentioned i really appreciate it :)

Your substances are really amazing....could you elaborate a bit on how you got these results or point me to the articles you mentioned i really appreciate it :)

Thank you ;)

I can elaborate on what ever you need but can you please tell me in what specific part are you interested in? The nodes you quoted are a simple shape, sloped with a gradient and eroded with cells. Then I used tile random to scatter that shape and get a primary shapes, and Tile Sampler for the secondary shapes.

OK, roof tiles are officially done and published :) Moving on!

https://www.artstation.com/artwork/a4Xa9






Another publish today - Forest Floor.

More info - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ARn25



Wow, you've used SD in so many ways I didn't know it could be used for.

Kek...thanks man :)

Here is some procedural rock I've been working on:


Amazing work!

Thanks Kay! ;)

I thought the shingles were nice, but WOW, totally love those rocks!
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I thought the shingles were nice, but WOW, totally love those rocks!

Thanks! Yeah, I like them as well :) At first I didn't because they were missing some main characteristics but now I do because they seem versatile.

These shots are the same rocks. just different base shape: