Carpet - 100% Substance Designer
Context render 1.

Context render 1.

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Context render 2.

Sphere with default settings. The colour can be changed and randomness can be added to the hue, saturation and luminance per strand.

Sphere with default settings. The colour can be changed and randomness can be added to the hue, saturation and luminance per strand.

The colour can be overridden with a custom pattern input.

The colour can be overridden with a custom pattern input.

Choose between berber, loop-pile, saxony and twist-pile carpet types.

Choose between berber, loop-pile, saxony and twist-pile carpet types.

Any amount of wear can be added to achieve a threadbare look to the carpet.

Any amount of wear can be added to achieve a threadbare look to the carpet.

The material allows for a custom wear input.

The material allows for a custom wear input.

The carpet can be set to any desired level of dirt. Also, the wall occlusion settings can be used to protect any areas intended to be adjacent to walls from dirt and wear.

The carpet can be set to any desired level of dirt. Also, the wall occlusion settings can be used to protect any areas intended to be adjacent to walls from dirt and wear.

Texture breakdown.

Texture breakdown.

The graph.

The graph.

Exposed parameters.

Exposed parameters.

Carpet - 100% Substance Designer

I've been trying to focus lately on materials that are useful in a wide range of environments. So I had the idea to try and do a dynamic multi-purpose carpet material. It has a lot of useful settings for getting very varied results. The colour can be changed and easily turned into a common mottled look. It can also be overridden with a pattern input. Any amount of dirt or wear can be added to create an old, threadbare look. There are even 'wall occlusion' settings for changing the look of the parts of carpet adjacent to walls. With this, the textures can be used in a modular fashion. Or you could just create a few variants for vertex painting.
I hope it can help someone with their environment projects. Let me know what you think. :)
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