3DCoat is a commercial digital sculpting program from Pilgway designed to create free-form organic and hard surfaced 3D models from scratch, with tools which enable users to sculpt, add polygonal topology (automatically or manually), create UV maps (automatically or manually), texture the resulting models with natural painting tools, and render static images or animated “turntable” movies.

- Essential renderer update! Screen Space Reflections and Lights! The renderer provides much more realistic results now.
- Translation symmetry supported!
- 3D-Connexion support was completely rewritten from scratch. So it may differ in feeling, but FPS is bigger now.
- Cut&Clone supports symmetry and soft booleans.
- Important symmetry addition - “Translation symmetry”.
- Downgrading voxel mesh return to voxel mode if you edit the proxy.

Smart Materials Store: This video is an overview of 3DCoat's PBR Scanned Materials Store, as well as the installation of the files downloaded, and usage of the materials in 3DCoat.

- Now available in 300 Universities, colleges and schools worldwide.
- If you represent a School, College or University and are interested to integrate 3DCoat into your educational program, please review the various options we can provide under our Academic licensing program.

Lead Programmer

Andrew Shpagin:

Assistant Programmers

Raul Fernandez Hernandez (LiveClay)
Sergii Kryzhanovskyi (Mac/Linux Ports, Graphics Engine)
Vitaliy Volokh (Collada, Open VDB)

Web-designer and Webmaster

Volodymyr Popelnukh

Sales Manager

Stanislav Chernyshuk

Public Relations Manager

Denis Yanev

Wiki Editor and Workflow Support Manager

Carlos Andreoni

Online Manual Editor version 4

Javis Jones.

Authors of the manual version 4

Luo Chen, Marina Shpagina, Dwayne Ferguson, Daniel Yarmak, Klaus Nordby and, Javis Jones.

PDF Manual Editors

Greg Smith, Javis Jones, Christian Michelin, Don Nash, David Schoneveld, Luo Chen, Marina Shpagina, Dwayne Ferguson, Daniel Yarmak, Klaus Nordby, Sharon Helms and Gideon Klindt.

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