The Camper by the Beach
This project started as an assignment for one of my courses, in which we were provided a model, but then we had to create textures and shaders for it. I love rusted vehicles and thought it was a perfect look to go with for this camper. The rust was the most challenging portion, but also the most fun.
Back, Right side, Front, Left Side of Camper with shader balls in frame
Up close detail of the textures of propane tank and trailer hitch. It is a real propane label that has warnings and cautions. (Props to google for providing those images.)
The inside and outside look of the windows. I added a roughness dirt filter in Substance painter and messed with the scale, rotation, and the amount of it, along with a couple of other things. I wanted to make sure the windows had a grimy/dirty look to them since the rest of the camper does.
Luggage details. I figured the camper model was from the late 60s or 70s, so I wanted the luggage to match that. The floral print I did myself in Procreate before transferring it into Substance painter, but floral suitcases were a thing in the 70s, usually with the handles/sides matching the color of the luggage body.
The leather suitcase definitely has some years on it, and I figured there would be rust forming around the locks/metal part of the luggage.
3/4 view of the camper. The rust was probably my favorite part of the texture creating process. I used a mix of projecting references from different sites that had different forms of rust, along with creating rust from brushes in Substance Painter. The worst corrosion/rust is at the bottom since it's exposed more to water and debris, vs the top half of the camper.
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