I am just getting started on trying to create a custom asset library for future use in projects, i am able to make pretty much any basic object in blender however when it comes to exporting and texturing my model i run into strange issues related to my mesh.
The Workflow i think i am trying to use is: Making a Low/High Poly model in Blender, Exporting to substance to bake ALL my maps apart from an ID map what i do in Blender, and then exporting my results ready to be plugged into whatever engine i decide to use.
So my first question is is this the best way to achieve this or should i alternatively have sub-surfed and then manually constrain the edges with edge loops?
After making my ID map in Blender (Simple enough) i export my fully UV'd Low and high poly to substance painter where i begin to bake out my maps. This is where problems start to arise.
I know my UV dosnt best utilise the space in the grid etc etc however both the High and low are operating from the same UV from the same coordinates, if thats the case why am i getting such awful results, is this a Mesh/UV problem i am causing from within Blender, or is it something in the Baking and texturing process in Substance painter?
Any help appreciated.