Substance Designer Materials

Substance Designer is a great tool to create procedural and parameterized materials. Below is a subset of some experiments I have done using Designer. Most are user friendly, but a few of the materials were created as experiments without the intention of reuse, although they could easily be extended.

Tempered Steel

Available on Substance Share.
This material emulates tempered steel. It has four different gradient options that are sampled from heated steel graphs for controlling the color as heat increases. The metal can appear smooth, rough, or anywhere in between.


Broken Stone Tiles

Available on Substance Share.
Broken stone floor tiles with customizable tiles and damage. I am fairly sure that I created this as an extension of a basic tutorial, but I am not certain.


Damaged Italian Floor

Available on Substance Share.
A floor tile pattern based on an Italian reference image. The amount of dirt and damage to the patterns are controllable.


Camouflage

Available on Substance Share.
A multi-layered camouflage material. Each layer can be customized separately.


Duct Tape

Available on Substance Share.
A silvery duct tape material. Much customization surrounding the detail of the webbing, air bubbles, and seam.


Truchet Tiles

Available on Substance Share.
An experiment at replicating quarter-circle Truchet Tiles. Customizable zoom, size, bevel, and color.


Metal Plating

Available on Substance Share.
A simple metal plating ground material with rivets and grunge.


Hexagon

Available on Substance Share.
An emissive hexagon material. The hexagons are metallic and vary slightly in height.


Lava

Available on Substance Share.
A simple procedural lava material. I believe this was made after dabbling with a tutorial, but I do not recall exactly.


Japanese Manhole Cover 1

Available on Substance Share.
An experiment in creating a procedural Japanese-design manhole cover. All depth is done with parallax; there is no detailed geometry.


Japanese Manhole Cover 2

Available on Substance Share.
Another experiment in creating a procedural Japanese-design manhole cover. All depth is done with parallax; there is no detailed geometry.


Mosaic

Available on Substance Share.
A cracked, grooved mosaic tile pattern with configurable options for the damage levels.


Watery Rocky Mud

Available on Substance Share.
Rocky and watery mud with pebbles. Based on a tutorial.