Freebie: #MaterialMarathon 2K PBR Rock, Wood, and Ground Textures
Nikola Damjanov is a lead artist at a mobile game developer and he has released four #MaterialMarathon packs with ten textures each. These textures include rocks, moss, tiles, and wood, for example. According to CGChannel.com, Nicola is a beta tester for Substance Alchemist. They said he came up with the textures during a material-a-day marathon in Substance Alchemist. Pretty cool!
Learn more about his material-a-day marathon at Substance by Adobe. In the article, he talks about how he came up with the textures, using filters like Stone Splatter, Pattern Generator, as well as Alchemist’s Bitmap2Material.
Other resources for free PBR Materials Textures
- Freebie: Textures: Free 4K PBR Moss Material – Pete McNally, Art Lead & 3D generalist, has a free PBR material. Cover ground, rocks, and trees in your next 3D project with this realistic seamless 4096×4096 mossy material.
- Freebie: Textures: Free Seamless PBR Denim Material – Again, Pete McNally, has designed a free seamless PBR Denim Material, 4096×4096, that is great for base/detail passes or close up garments in games or VFX.
- Freebie: Free 8k PBR Textures from Texture Haven – Texture Haven offers 8k, PBR textures that are licensed as CC0, and as such is completely free to use how you wish.
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Posted by Michele Yamazaki