Explore how to make a stone floor material using a hybrid workflow from Environment and Material Artist at Counterplay Games, Enrico Tammekänd. In this tutorial, you will learn how to achieve a cohesive look when combining a procedural material with scanned assets.
Follow along as Enrico makes a random stone pattern generator to create a natural looking material, and shares his techniques for cracks and surface noise to introduce age and interest. Learn Enrico's expert tips for creating albedo and roughness, and understand how to distribute scanned assets onto your material to push your project even closer towards realism.
About the Instructor
Enrico Tammekänd is a Material and Environment Artist working at Counterplay Games. He specializes in material and texture creation, as well as overall game development. He's worked with companies such as Ubisoft, Dekogon, GameTextures, Textures.com and Substance3D. You can find learning content from Enrico on platforms such as Substance Academy and Artstation. His passion lies in creating immersive game universes with the hope of one day developing his own IP.
- 3 hours of training
- 1440 Resolution
- Base Setup
- Surface Breakup
- Surface Detailing
- Albedo & Roughness
- Atlas Scattering
- Substance Designer
- Marmoset Toolbag
Beginner to Intermediate
Basic knowledge of software used
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