Pirate wood. Full procedural smart material.

Uploaded: over 4 years ago
Updated: about 4 years ago
Version: 1
File Name: Pirate_wood.spsm
Size: 2.01 MB

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over 4 years ago

How do I open a spsm file?


over 4 years ago

You need to copy it in your C:\Users\...\Documents\Substance Painter\shelf\smart-materials folder to import it in your library.

You can also drag and drop it in the Smart Material shelf in Substance Painter if you want to import it into your current project only.


over 4 years ago

Love the look of this!


about 4 years ago

i couldn't get this material to work :(


about 4 years ago

Спасибо!


about 4 years ago

#maxdaiber: import substance painter


almost 4 years ago

Isn't working for me either. Won't drag into Substance Painter shelf, and nothing appears in the directory when file > import. Tried re-downloading a couple time, but still nothing. Maybe a .zip archive wrapper, instead of native spsm file? Looks like a fantastic material, and would love to try it.


almost 4 years ago

woonderfull


almost 4 years ago

Is this an out of date format now because it was made with an older version of Substance? Doesn't work for me either.


over 3 years ago

This is beautiful.


over 3 years ago

THANKS


over 3 years ago

Thank you very much


about 3 years ago

Doesn't work for me all the textures are missing.


about 3 years ago

great, thx!


almost 3 years ago

Seems to be missing any fextures or color


almost 3 years ago

Thank you


almost 3 years ago

diffuse texture is missing, this seems to be a great material, but whitout diffuse is useless


over 2 years ago

Awesome material, thanks!


over 2 years ago

Thank you :)


over 2 years ago

thx a lot


about 2 years ago

Thank you!


about 2 years ago

BEAUTIFUL


over 1 year ago

i cant even use a spsm file


over 1 year ago

thanks


12 months ago

Thanks for the smart material


12 months ago

wow


7 months ago

Thanks man.


6 months ago

Great work. Thx


2 months ago

Thank You!


about 1 month ago

Looks very nice. I am new to Sustance and I want to know one thing. Can I use substance textures for texturing my models for sale?