Update: Substance Painter – New Warp Mode, Color Picker Update
Adobe has just released a new version of Substance 3D Painter. This update brings a new warp projection mode, an updated color picker, and a new cylindrical projection mode.
The 3D generation is here
In the Substance 3D ecosystem, smart creative apps and high-end content give you everything you need to make inspiring art. For the beginner and expert alike. The Substance 3D Collection includes Stager, Painter, Sampler, Designer, 50 assets (materials, models, and lighting) per month, 100 GB of Creative Cloud storage, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Fonts, Behance, and Adobe Portfolio.
What’s new in Substance 3D Painter?
New 3D Warp Projection Mode
With the new 3D warp projection mode, you can warp any material or image around any geometry – in a completely non-destructive way. This cool feature is a lifesaver if you want to match a decal to a model, a scar to a leg, or a scanned face to a character model.
New Cylindrical Projection Mode
Adobe has taken the opportunity to add even more to the diversity of projection modes, with the arrival of a cylindrical projection mode! This projection mode is useful for cases such as wrapping decals or material around cylindrical shapes like bottles, or applying sleeve tattoos to arms.
Improved Color Picker
Adobe also focused on some foundational work that is the groundwork for upcoming updates focusing on color management. As a first step in this direction, they have an improved color picker, which – among other updated functionalities – allows you to save color swatches internally. Other highlights include the ability to choose between float and integer (0-255) values, as well as between a linear or sRGB display. The color picker will also stay open while you are painting on the same layer, allowing you to pick new colors quickly or swap between swatches without interrupting your painting.
Posted by Kim Sternisha