Started by RaycerX, February 19, 2022, 11:58:46 AM
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Quote from: TGS808 on February 21, 2022, 02:30:50 PMI can't see a time when people give up using KS and replace it with Substance Painter. Not a year from now, or ever.
Quote from: mattjgerard on February 22, 2022, 07:14:25 AMAlso I don't think Substance is trying to become a top tier rendering solution, and Adobe would be foolish to try to make it that.
Quote from: Morgan on February 22, 2022, 08:57:44 AMQuote from: TGS808 on February 21, 2022, 02:30:50 PMI can't see a time when people give up using KS and replace it with Substance Painter. Not a year from now, or ever.entirely your opinion Substance 3D is in my opinion too expensive, the mats also cost extra and the menu navigation is a disaster, I "only" use Zbrush, KeyShot and Photoshop and I don't miss Substance at all, I can now paint materials in KeyShot 11 too, and get along well with it, one less reason that could speak for Substance. I am sure that Luxion will continue and expand the possibilities for painting in KeyShot.
Quote from: Morgan on February 23, 2022, 01:42:37 AMI tried it several times as a trial version when it was still Substance 3D and when it was acquired by Adobe, everything stayed the same the menus are still a disaster and nothing got better, Blender is even worse but it's just a free software.I can create all the maps without Substance and with no additional cost.
Quote from: RaycerX on February 24, 2022, 12:04:52 PMThere are four different apps that are part of Substance 3D. The one closest to Keyshot would be Adobe Substance Stager. That's the one I'm referring to mainly. It's very easy to use, has an enormous library of assets included free, and has a less convoluted interface.
QuoteStager has no animation yet, but I'm betting it will before too long and it won't be as clumsy as Keyshot's is.
QuoteAdobe may not steal many longtime Keyshot users, but it might take away future ones if given the chance.