Ultimate Pack – 150 Tileable Roughness Maps – Surface Imperfection (part 1 & 2)

ULTIMATE PACK – 150 Tileable Roughness Maps – Surface Imperfection (Part 1 & 2)



Includes All Content From Part 1 & Part 2

100 Tileable Roughness Maps + 30 Bonus Maps + An Additional 20 Bonus Maps Only Available In The Ultimate Pack)

4K Resolution – 8 Bit PNG – Photo Captured And Procedurally Generated Surface Imperfection Maps

12 Categories

  • Combined (Dust, Dirt, Scratches, Smudges, Stains, Fingerprints)
  • Scratches Version 1
  • Streaks
  • Smudges
  • Dust
  • Stains
  • Fingerprints
  • Dirty Damaged & Stained
  • Experimental (Artistic Surface Imperfection)
  • Fine Dust
  • Fingerprints & Handprints
  • Scratches Version 2

All Tutorials

  • How To Setup A Basic Material In Cinema 4D Or Blender
  • Photo Capturing V.S Procedurally Making Roughness Maps Digitally
  • Manually Create Tileable Roughness Maps With A Camera & Substance Alchemist
  • Procedurally Create Surface Imperfection Maps With Substance Designer
  • Combine Maps To Make Them More Complex
  • A full tutorial is included showing you how I use my roughness maps in Substance Painter

Bonus Content

  • 30 Bonus Maps + An Additional 20 Bonus Maps That Are Only Available With The Ultimate Pack

Why Should You Use Surface Imperfection Maps?

In reality, perfectly clean surfaces do not exist. Even the cleanest surfaces contain imperfections. Whether its subtle scratches from wiping a surface or fingerprints left on a surface from dirty hands.

To push more towards realism within the 3D realm, roughness maps help us to add surface imperfection onto 3D surfaces. Since these are regular roughness maps they can be used in any 3D program.

I’ve designed 150 roughness maps for creating surface imperfection that you can start using in your scenes to save you some time and get that surface imperfection that can help push your 3D models closer towards realism.

The roughness maps can also be used in Substance Painter where you can paint roughness directly onto your 3D model. This allows you to mix and match roughness maps together to get varied and interesting results.





  • Substance Designer (Main program for creating the roughness maps)
  • Substance Alchemist
  • Adobe Photoshop

Not Essential

  • Cinema 4D
  • Octane Render
  • Blender
  • Substance Painter


This product can be used commercially on any project. Please do not repackage, share or resell this content.


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  • Great roughness maps for surface variation

    Love this product. Roughness maps are always important for breaking up light/reflections in renders. This is a great, fast collection of tileable maps that I’ve been using for surface imperfections.

    Thank you for your feedback.

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