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  1. I just downloaded and tried out 4.1 and I must say. First impressions are it has improved a lot over the older versions. The sculpting feels a lot better than it did. Infact, it feels almost as good as Sculptris from the time I have spent with it. Excellent job team!!!
  2. This almost brings a tear to my eye out of happiness. Happy New Year everyone!!!!
  3. Very good to hear. I remember one of my biggest issues with LC at the time was that sometimes your mesh would have really bad micro tears after using some of the brushes. I did catch a couple of threads talking about Raul leaving cause of some mix up. Really sad to read that. I hope he returns again.
  4. Very cool! I haven't messed with the beta for V4 much, are the features and stability progressing well?
  5. Is the price still $100 if I upgrade from V3 education to pro? If not, any idea on what the price for that would be?
  6. Awesome! . .. Too bad I cant read it though
  7. I also plan on purchasing V4. 3D Coat deserves to remain in my software arsenal.
  8. Maybe I am misreading but the very last paragraph in his statement he seems to be concerned if V3 will be non working and if he is forced to move to V4 after just getting V3. On a separate note, Thank you very much for your hard work and dedication Pilgway! I definitely have plans of venturing to V4 as this is the most intuitive/ logical sculpting program I have used. I also really like the new face extrude option you have in your retopo set. By chance did you ever find/ solve the issue in LC that creates lots of holes in your model?
  9. Ouch! The price for Mari is pretty close to Maya.
  10. Thanks for the comments guys!! Aw man it's a shame Linux doesn't have something like Marmoset as it is a useful game engine simulator that uses IBL lighting.
  11. Good to hear! 3D Coat really needs more publicity I think.
  12. Nice sculpt! Very inspirational.
  13. If it is possible to make it more graphical but not make the UI seem cluttered then that would be great! However, I agree that Zbrush is the last place I would use for inspiration for a UI.
  14. Now if they can only steamline and clean up the interface. . .
  15. @ Taros: Thanks for the tut!