14 High-quality Substance materials including full source .sbs files so you can learn from and dissect them at your leisure.
All graphs have been organised and commented for ease of use.
The Desert Rock Substance has also had an overhaul and is drastically improved.
1. Alien Red Weed
2. Black Sand
3. Brick Wall
4. Cooled Lava
5. Desert Rock
6. Forest Floor
7. Jungle Rock Face
8. Medieval Stone Wall
9. Peeling Painted Plaster
10. Porous Rock
12. Rocky Black Sand
13. Sea Foam
14. Terracotta Tiles
Commercial use of the textures is permitted and is non-transferable. However, the textures must not be redistributed or resold in texture or asset packs and must be embedded components of electronic games and interactive media such as a video game, movie, VR experience, or similar product.
*Digital products are non-refundable
Substance Designer 5.5.3 or newer is required to open all Substances.
If you find the pack useful, use it in a project or have any questions I would love to hear from you, please post a comment on the following ArtStation post.
"Christopher Hodgson is one of the best Substance Designer artists out there. Being able to see his work in a well laid out and commented file is a real treat! What you get for the price is an absolute steal!" - Josh Lynch
"With great creativity from Chris Hodgson, those materials really show how you can create top quality textures with clean and simple graphs within Substance Designer" - Joakim Stigsson
"For anyone serious about learning Substance Designer, Chris’ work is one of the best resources out there." - Daniel Thiger
“Chris's work here is fantastic and really showcases the power of Designer. Clean, simple and very well documented graphs make for one of the best learning resources out there” - Ben Wilson
"A stunning set of materials that showcase the power of procedural material creation and the creative process that goes into creating a wide range of surface types. Chris is one of the best in the business and this is a great resource to use and learn from, no matter your skill level" - Ben Armstrong