See all of the textures in action on an example product page for a wool product startup called “One Stitch At A Time”.
Fabric Essentials: Wool
Introducing a new training series designed to teach you how to create high quality, versatile, procedural wool fabric textures in Substance Designer.
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Chapter 1: Scarf
The first material we make is a scarf texture that has both the main wool knit pattern and the other side of that stitch called the garter stitch or purl stitch.
Chapter 2: Sweaters
We then build upon it to create a more intricate sweater design texture. We also talk about how to create the festive “Ugly Christmas Sweater” pattern where we can plug in any image into our graph and Substance Designer knits it into our sweater texture.
Chapter 3: Towel and Bathmat
The last section is about expanding what’s possible with the techniques we’ve learned so far. We first make a fuzzy towel texture, then expand upon that to create a “deep pile” rug/carpet or bathmat texture.
Adding a Splash of Color
In addition to the patterns, we also talk about how to easily add color to your textures.