Adobe Releases New Substance Painter and Substance Designer

Jan 29, 2021 at 02:21 pm by -gToon

Adobe announced new features for Substance Painter and Designer today, enabling increased flexibility when using Substance Painter and improved color management for Substance Designer. 

The Substance Designer release includes the following features:

  • Pantone integration: Users can match selected colors to a Pantone Spot Color and use the same Pantone Books across Substance Designer and Photoshop.
  • Enable or disable nodes in a graph: Improved control over nodes saves computation time for a faster workflow.
  • Export tessellated mesh from the viewport: This feature saves artists significant time and can be used for 3D printing.


You can learn more about today’s Substance releases here and here. And if you weren’t able to catch today’s Adobe 3D livestream where the team discussed the Substance updates and the future of 3D at Adobe, you can watch the recording here.
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