Substance Painter
In this start to finish texturing project within Substance Painter we cover all the techniques you need to texture the robot character.
# 61 15-01-2007 , 04:57 PM
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stunning model, awesome textures so far.


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# 62 15-01-2007 , 09:15 PM
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Dearest Jay

Your vehicle design skills have taken a quantum leap since last I checked. This speeder has a real 'stripped down for speed' feel. This is not to say that your previous designs were lacking in any way. I am just commenting on the inevitable improvements that artists go through from piece to piece. Do you ever find yourself wanting to go back and make wholesale changes to items/characters you finished a year ago for OUTLAWS? Do you fight these urges or give in from time to time ... or all the time?

Its been too long my friend ... so much to talk about ... I will write soon.

Keep rockin' like a hurricane!

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# 63 16-01-2007 , 01:52 AM
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thanks Guys...


Dave:

Good to hear from you! Many thanks for the kind words. Ive been looking at alot of higher quality work over at cgsociety, and it just made me rethink my way of doing stuff. I generally like to keep stuff simple so the viewer isnt bombarded with too
much info but then again if stuff isnt there people notice that too, so theres a catch 22 situation.

So this was born out of shear artists' frustration from those viewings so I did a few sketches during rendertime at work, and this 'baby' was delivered shortly after. It needed to have 'pure speed' written on it, instead ofthe bulky engined version of before. Iveactually redesigned her space craft too, thats also in the works to be modeled at some point.

Ive looked at all my main characters in the last year and they are in for a rebuild too, starting with the ol' sheriff character next month, now I have Zbrush things have taken a turn there too, so much more can be done now....

Anyway I'll save the rest for email

Speak soon
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# 64 16-01-2007 , 04:24 PM
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Update...

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# 65 16-01-2007 , 04:29 PM
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looking really cool Jay - I love the colors.user added image

# 66 17-01-2007 , 12:27 AM
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****ing rocks man....all i got to say...
MAybe i should talk you into TExturing my Ds9 model, you'd do it more justice then i will
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# 67 17-01-2007 , 12:50 AM
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Wow, this is really nice work Jay!

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# 68 19-01-2007 , 04:25 PM
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Hey Guys
Body color is pretty much done, Im moving onto the engine, which will get the 'heated' look on it, I'll be using purples, blues and yellows over stainless steel, like custom bike exhausts...

Cheers
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# 69 19-01-2007 , 04:58 PM
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Hey mate, amazing work!

The geo is clean looking and texturing spot on, especially placement of paintwork scratches etc. Especially like the custom little decal user added image

Your patience to get this and your other characters finished always astounds me user added image

Looking forward to seeing it finished!

Cheers

J

# 70 19-01-2007 , 07:21 PM
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Hi Jamie

thanks mate, will hopefully speak at the weekend

Jay

# 71 19-01-2007 , 07:25 PM
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Looks superb mate, no crits at all, only envey!


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# 72 21-01-2007 , 06:12 PM
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Hey All

A quick Update as Im getting close to almost done now. A small view of the engine bay, just some pipes and bits to do in here still...

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# 73 21-01-2007 , 06:57 PM
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Ahhh love the discolouration of the exhaust, you've done a great job so far Jay.

Needs more dirt on that bit as with the other engine parts though user added image Keep it up!

# 74 21-01-2007 , 07:06 PM
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Thanks Petrol

Yeah I still have issues with a couple of bits....

Jay

# 75 22-01-2007 , 04:34 PM
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the texturing looks great, i wanna see how it will look in a render

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