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Combat Knife Game Asset - Part 4 - Texturing


Chris Plush writes:

In the 4th and final part of this step-by-step game asset series we’ll be using Substance Painter to texture our combat knife. We'll start off by importing the model to Substance, and then we'll bake all the maps we'll need for texturing. After that we'll set up masks to isolate each part of the knife and then we'll texture it using all the awesome tools Substance has to offer.

Once we're finished texturing I'll show you how to export the textures and then also set up a render inside Substance Painter. Final files are included on my site as well, including a blend file of the final textured knife showing you the simple node setup you'll need for the exported textures.

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Chris Plush

Chris Plush is a lead trainer and co-founder of the Blender training website CG Masters. Chris has been working with Blender for over 15 years. Chris loves making Blender tutorials. Chris often refers to himself in the third person in biographies.

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