Advanced Texturing in Substance Painter

In Advanced Texturing in Substance Painter, you will learn how to create well-organized, high-quality advanced textures using Substance Painter and how to render assets – along with their textures using Blender & Cycles.

What you will learn

Learn how to prepare an asset for baking and how to create a quick and perfect bake using Substance Painter. You’ll also learn how to create flexible smart materials, how to create hyper-realistic rust and dirt and how to manage correct material response on your textures. In Blender you’ll learn how to set up a render scene, adding materials to your models and adding a custom sky HDRI along with sky and area lights. and how to set up and save a final render image.


Emiel Sleegers is a senior environment and material artist currently working in the AAA Game Industry. He’s worked on games like The Division 2 at Ubisoft, Forza Horizon 3 at Playground Games, and as a Freelancer on multiple projects as an Environment Artist and Material Artist.


  • 5 hours worth of HD Video Footage
  • Source files


You need to know the basics of Substance Painter and Blender. If you don’t know these basics then we recommend that you watch our introduction courses.


  • Substance Painter 2021.1
  • Blender 2.92


  • 01 – Explaining the Reference
  • 02 – Baking the Model in Substance Painter [Substance Painter]
  • 03-04 – Creating Smart Materials [Substance Painter]
  • 05-08 – Creating and Placing Rust [Substance Painter]
  • 09 – Adding Extra Dirt and Details [Substance Painter]
  • 10-11 – Setting up our Render Scene [Blender]
  • 12-14 – Polishing our Render Scene and Textures [Substance Painter & Blender]
  • 15 – Final Polish and Overview

Credit: Special thanks to Clément Moreau for allowing us to texture his 3D model for this course


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  • Needs more work

    Kudos to making a tutorial, It looked promising.

    It feels like it’s happening in real time and not been prepared before hand.
    A one take wonder approach.

    I don’t want to discourage the author, cause less people teaching means, less people learning!

    I would plan out the objective and clearly and concisely focus on the each task at hand and try deliver it in a punctual way.

    The word “Basically” popped up far to much that it was all I was starting to hear it in my dreams.

    Keep it up though, cause I understand teaching and creating this kind of content is hard.

    Marc V.

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