What texturing software is good for getting photo-realistic renders?

Started by fa2020, July 14, 2017, 02:37:23 AM

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Hi guys,
I'm going to render close-up shots of some sculptures and jewelries using Keyshot but I'm not sure what texturing software is good for this work. Quixel Suite, Substance Painter or 3D Coat??
Which one is better and gives you much more power?
Can using procedural texturing method using material graph in Keyshot give you much more power than those external softwares?
Which one would you use?
Is there any other texturing software which is better?
Please guide me.
Thanks.  ???
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Will Gibbons

In the world of software and other digital tools, asking 'which one is better', is going to entirely depend on your top priority and situation.

I'd say to use KeyShot's material graph and take that as far as you can. If you reach a limitation, then look externally. 99% of the time, I've found the Material Graph to be all that I need.