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  1. falconflyer61

    Is baking a ambient occlusion necessary if using PBR textures?

    Total noob question I know but Is baking an ambient occlusion layer necessary if using PBR textures in MSFS? I am trying to make objects like hangers and buildings using blender 2.91.0 I am finding texturing has a very high learning curve. Should I not texture with blender and use substance...
  2. falconflyer61

    How to make texture

    I am new to scenery design and appreciate any help. I am making a simple hangar and would like to make my own PBR textures for it. Was this texture made from a photo or do you think it was hand drawn? I know there are textures of steel siding but I want to add windows, hoses etc. Can you lead me...