Texturing Software

Discussion started by baxramefendiyev

Do you prefer "Substance Painter" or you think "Photoshop" is better for texturing? Maybe you use another software for this. Share your opinion and comments please. Thanks all!

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Posted over 3 years ago
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I prefer 3D Coat and Substance Painter/Designer for texturing.
Photoshop only for minor tweaks.

Posted over 3 years ago
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I am old school: I use GIMPShop for texturing and then I finish directly in Blender.

Posted over 3 years ago
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Im new to substance painter but i already totally love this software) amazingly easy n fast...as for the photoshop, cant say im a good painter) but i really find QUIXEL handy at a time....drawing normals is weird lol but it does the trick oh so well!!!

Posted over 3 years ago
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Hi Bahram.
I'm using SPainter when I need smthing for closeup shots, hero object in other word. It means it'll have all the texture sets (diff, norm, disp, rough, gloss, metal, spec, ior etc.)
When I need to texture objects which stays far from the camera and plays secondary-tretiary role in shot, I need a speed, I don't have a time for stuff like baking.
That's why in such situation I'm quickly texturing it in PShop. It usually will have couple or three texture maps per material - diffuse, spec, normal (you can do normal maps in B2M quickly from bw image), or even only diffuse.

Posted over 3 years ago
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I'm using Substance painter and GIMP for texturing my models.

Posted over 3 years ago
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Substance painter and Quixel Suite are best solutions for texturing

Posted over 1 year ago
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blender and photoshop

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