Mesh of MAT, for the "Meet MAT 2: The 2020 Substance 3D Painting Contest"
Find more information about this contest on
https://magazine.substance3d.com/contest/meet-mat-2/

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Uploaded: 4 months ago
Updated: 4 months ago
Version: 1
File Name: MeetMat_2.FBX
Size: 1.88 MB

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4 months ago

This looks like the meet mat 1 mesh, and looks different to the one on the competition. Just to be clear, are we using this mesh and not the robot looking one?


4 months ago

(derp, I think those might be displacements on the model in the contest page.)


4 months ago

MrAzureAngel they aren't displacement maps. It's an entirely different mesh. Open it in Sketchfab and click the wireframe view mode and you can see it's a new mesh. It's weird to see the links all opening the old mesh. They have made it seem like a new mesh is available for this comp, but the new MeetMat mesh is not available anywhere I can see. It's all the old MeetMat mesh. Pretty disappointing.


4 months ago

The one on sketchfab def have displacements maps, just check the map on the tab under Material Channels, not the wireframe


4 months ago

Griffin it's displacement don't be disappointed make a displacement map.
Its great allow displacement this time, can't wait to see the madness that gets published!


4 months ago

Yes I admit my mistake. I see how it works now. I am quite new to displacement to be honest, so this is really mindblowing for me. Can't wait to see what I can do with the new displacement technique.


4 months ago

@Griffin, No worries man, I made the same mistake XD


4 months ago

let's go to the tournament


4 months ago

UVs are stacked on top of each other when I import to substance painter 2019.3.2