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Two sub-tabs appear on the left side of the Surfaces tab: the Basic sub-tab and the Advanced sub-tab:
Below, the basic descriptions for each option are provided. Refer to the sections following for additional details and usage instructions.
The Basic sub-tab allows the new user to configure basic surface channels without becoming overwhelmed.
The four types of channels that you can assign in the Basic sub-tab are listed below. You’ll learn more specifics about each type of channel, and how to configure them, later in this section.
The Advanced sub-tab is designed for use by more experienced artists who want to be able to control every aspect of a surface’s appearance. You have full access to every function available in the Basic tab and much more.
The list of configurable channels is much more extensive in the Advanced tab. The first four channel types are also found in the Basic tab, but the Advanced tab presents some additional options.
The following additional channels are presented in the Advanced sub-tab. These options go a long way toward making your materials far more realistic: