How to handpaint?
Do you know any good tutorials?
Can this be done in a program like Substance Painter, or do I need to paint the UV maps in Photoshop if I want this brushy style?
i tried learning hand painting for a little while, i learned a way to simulate hand painted textures by setting up the lighting and setting up the base color i needed and rendering out the texture maps from 3ds max, than desaturating wood/metaal textures nd overlaying it to make it look hand painted
yes, it can be done in blender even
also Marc Brunet has released a tutorial on that, just recently, wait...you didn't really research this, did you?
You can do whatever you want. Some people like to paint in 3d some people like to paint in 2d. It's a matter of preference.
I like this guy too, he uses blender and zbrush together
I tried handpainting once and it was incredibly difficult. I'm currently learning sculpting and I think it would be easier to sculpt the texture of X object, bake its data and use that in Photoshop or whatever as a starting point.
Now that I'm looking at this video >>504971 it's exactly what I mean.
Also, has anyone tried doing the whole handpainting style but with actual PBR materials like pic related?
Another example https://www.behance.net/gallery/18031785/Foot-Bridge
I'm sure if you google hard enough you can find someone that has.
I can imagine setting up something with nods to achieve what >>504939 said, where you're manipulating a texture (or a procedural one, I guess) and then desaturate it and position it using UV data
It would probably take a shit ton of tweaking, and might look a bit unnatural due to uncanny valley since you've got something that approaches a realistic texture but you've made it cartoony
You should try it Anon and report back to us
>How to handpaint?
Fuck just paint your textures that's what it literally means
WITH YOUR HANDS
Are you goid at painting?
Can you draw and color a convincing cartoony treasure chest? No?
Then why the fuck do you assume you can do it in 3d - lol.
I mean if you can do PBR and you can do handpainted then why didn't you just try it yourself?
That pic doesn't look very handpainted, the 3d model itself has stylized proportion but the textures don't look very hand painted and I think that vector pattern on the sword looks shit(but that might be just personal preference. )
looks ugly and has a stupid design imo.
personal taste aside, his technique is pretty interesting.
photoshop or like that. also the OPspicture is horrible job.
Gotta love /3/ experts
>I can't google
Any artist who value his trade wouldn´t post on /3/ to check if his work is any good; retards here only want ultrarealism, and in renders that would make animation impossible. Or furry shit.
In any case, nobody here is a skilled generalist daring to post his own work for this reason.
this is fucking perfect.
Any animation or game with this would be awesome.
The result of hand-painting with PBR actually looks awesome if your maps are created correctly (ie. metals vs non-metals, correct specular and glossiness values, etc.)
The uncanny valley has nothing to do whatsoever with painted stuff, google it
> nobody here is a skilled generalist
knife has rust on the main surface but not in scratches. the reflection is way to heavy drawn. the medival style knives DO NOT HAVE HOLES! IT WAS SHIT EXPENSIVE TO MAKE HOLES IN STEEL BACK THEN!
Can't tell if this ironic shitposting but I like the harsh brushtrokes and shiny look.
It is pretty sloppy. Cant tell what the yellow part is supposed to be. I first registered it as a reflection of a flame, but obviously it doesnt make any sense. The other guy said rust, which it looks nothing like it. It could be yellow paint, but thats just looking for theories what it could be instead of being whats it supposed to be.
If youre gonna do broad strokes and a style of a doodle, atleast get your priorities right and make your goals clear.
> The result of hand-painting with PBR actually looks awesome
Show me one example
did you even think this through?
PBR simply implies that the light and shader parameters make a coherent whole based on real physical notions, why wouldn't you want that even with a handpainted look?
Because with handpainted shit you usually paint shadows and highlights as well to make it look you know handpainted.
Not him, but in your image, the textures don't have shadows painted on, as evident in the floor, barrel's side and box texture
Not him, but how the hell is Dota 2 materials in anyway PBR, technically or visually?
Source 2 does not have PBR, and even if they did, no game using it has implemented it so far.
In my opinion stylized shading can be ruined by "real" shading, it's like asking
"But we can accurately simulate smoke clouds as per real world rules in this VFX shot when the helicopter flies through it, why wouldn't we want to use it?"
Because sometimes reality doesn't look good, and exaggeration and stylization makes certain renders better
Have you seen what it would really look like as per real rules? No contrast, clouds moving in a very non-dramatic fashion, very anti-climactic, not exactly something you'd want in a shot if, say, it was some sort of rescue helicopter at the climax of a movie.
Depends on it's purpose I suppose
M80, get your rational logical thinking the fuuuuuuuuuuuuuck off MY board.
You're pretty blind lad. Just look at the UV textures. Look atthe sword or shield texture and how the shadows and highlights are already baked in, same with the wood cracks.go be a retard somewhere else
You're pretty stupid if you somehow gathered that I missed all that, and completely missed the entire point I was trying to make
No shit there's occlusion and reflection on the texture, but observe the soft shadow apparent in the render which is not present on the texture of the barrel and floor
Go lack basic logic and comprehension elsewhere
>because with handpained shit you usually paint shadows and highlights
>hurt those textures don't have shadows pained on
>but they have you retard
>that wasn't what I meant go back to basic logic and comprehension
Maybe you should follow your own advice retard
stfu he is right. I fully understood what he meant. Stop attacking people on their writing and try to understand eachother.
Stop samefagging retard
thats the worst texture ive ever seen
>people can't agree with someone that I don't agree with
He clearly was making the right, just worded it stupidly.
Awesome pic, saved. Gonna be a great help!
>IT WAS SHIT EXPENSIVE TO MAKE HOLES IN STEEL BACK THEN!
Say what? Do you even blacksmith?
Just report and ignore retarded trolls
This is no different
The tutorial's texture looks really stylized and cartoony while the render on the top left is much much more realistic
It's leagues different in terms of painting it, judging by the render
Still samefagging I see. Just accept that your retard ass was wrong. The texture does have fucking shadows.
What an idiot the picture on top is obviously just a reference. Stop trying to weight in everything to look smart lad.
You know there is a way to check if people are samefagging right? I know for a fact you didn't check.
hand painted always looks better
Dude... just.. stop posting.
Materials are a minor problem compared to the bane of all texture artist: The Cloth Folds.
Is there a easy way to draw them? Any trick would help everyone, I'm sure.